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3rd Season

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The best kept secret in music


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Hit single "Yup" creating huge radio buzz in Indianapolis and surounding areas.


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Hailing from the invisible city of Indianapolis, here's proof the Midwest still has something to say. With Morris Childs (Mojistic) the combination of raw emcee talent and the next generation of super producers Donavan Jackson (Mastamynd), and Matt Jones (Dola), 3rd Season is coming out the gate with a sound unknown but embraced by those who are granted the experience of hearing the future of hip hop. Emerging on the strength of their blazing new hit single "Yup", 3rd Season continues to win over even the toughest critics.

3rd Season fuse together a rare blend of street influenced hip hop, with a creative and classically trained approach. The combination of 3rd Season's lyrical and musical versatility allows all facets of the genre to be conquered. 3rd Season is putting Indianapolis on the map while also touring places such as Indiana, Kentucky, Kansas, Louisiana, and California. 3rd Seasons hit CD Something out of Nowhere contains a barrage of instant classics all self produced. Now with continuous airplay stemming from Indianapolis and moving across the nation 3rd Season comes to a city near you, live to captivate all audiences and expose them to their unique Hip-Hope sound. With this being the beginning of the Hip-Hope movement, 3rd Season is taking it to the next level.

Morris Childs a.k.a Mo

A native of Indianapolis, IN Morris Childs (Mo) has a serious passion for music and began rapping at the age of 6. He can recall putting on shows in the garage with his cousin, "Our sisters would be the fly girls and we would rap." Mo draws his musical energy from his life experiences, and listening to all types of music. Growing up between parents, he was influenced by a lot of Gospel and R & B. "I can remember being glued to Video Soul with Donnie Simpson and Yo! MTV raps with Dre and Ed Lover." You can find a wide variety of music playing on his iPod at any given moment ranging from Jay-Z to Bjork and everything in between, like N.E.R.D. or Siguor Ros from the Ireland all of which contribute to his unique style.
Mo's inspiration comes from artists that bring something different to the ears of avid hip hop fans. "When I heard Rakim for the first time I went nuts, and Bjork, who uses everything from nature sounds to kitchen utensils." This self made producer and musician plays 5 different instruments, but the drums are his absolute favorite. Mo is driven to perfect his skills and make his life long dream of becoming a strong, solo musical talent become reality.
"As an artist I just love to make music that reaches everyone because no matter what race, gender, or religion, we have all experienced the same emotions....just in different degrees." Mo will without a doubt take the music industry by storm with his distinctive sound, and talents.

Donavan Jackson a.k.a Mastamynd

Mastamynd was born Donavan Jackson in Gary, Indiana on May 25, 1985. His family soon moved to Indianapolis, IN. He first started his interest in music in middle school bands and small musical gatherings. His continuing love for the art led him to play with Sycamore School's Band at Carnegie Hall. He also won various medals in Indiana's Solo & Ensemble competitions playing the clarinet. After falling in love with Hip-Hop, he became interested in the electronic side of music. This eventually led him to attend Full Sail in Winter Park, FL to study Recording Arts. While studying to become an engineer, Mastamynd also honed his production and lyrical talents. He met many musicians and their brand of music gained a small following in Winter Park. After graduating and returning to Indianapolis, he worked on several independent projects as engineer, lyricist, or producer.

Matthew Jones a.k.a DoLa

Matthew Jones a.k.a. DoLa was born in Indianapolis on November 24, 1984. Excelling in school and sports at a young age, DoLa was expected to focus on his studies and athletics. DoLa listened to music occasionally, but wasn..t formally introduced to his passion until age 13. If he wasn..t on the basketball court, you could find DoLa attempting to recreate hip-hop and R&B songs from the radio on his trumpet. DoLa would listen to whatever he could get his hands on, but he only owned two CD..s which was Jay-Z..s ..Hard Knock Life Vol. 2.. and DMX..s ..It..s Dark and Hell is Hot... Jay-Z influenced the craft of rap to DoLa while DMX helped DoLa apply his own life situations to music and learn. Around this time DoLa realized the effect music had on him. Just one song could hype him up or calm him down whenever he needed it. In high school DoLa would get in trouble constantly for making beats on his desk. Most of the time he wouldn..t realize he was beating on the desk until he was reprimanded. At age 15 started rapping and battling at lunch in high school. DoLa started making beats on Fruity Loops with Chad Wells and performing songs anywhere possible around Indianapolis wit Ray Mack, Chad Wells, Raylan Parker and Derrick Coleman. While in