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"979 The Beat Spring Break Concert"

Ascential Events, Flair Productions and Elite Events present Trinidad James, Cash Out and Double A performing live. Also special DJ sets by DJ ASAP and DJ Phife. - 979 The Beat


2009 – “Military Inauguration: The Inauguration” w/ Slip-N-Slide and Fleet DJ’s (25,000
est. distributed/downloaded)

2009 – “At The Crib 27: The Making of an Icon” w/ HustleSquad and KympKamp DJ’s
(15,000 est. distributed/downloads)

2010 – “Line ‘em Up” w/ Definition DJ’s (8,000 est. distributed/downloads)

2011 - “Welcome To The Cotton Club” (30,000 est. distributed/downloads)

2012 - “0 To 60 Muzik Series Mixtape” (10,000 est. distributed/downloads)



Double A – Bio and Accolades

Aaron Dejuan Carter a.k.a. “Double A” was born on October 23, 1986 in Kansas City, MO. As a youth, Aaron experienced a somewhat nomadic lifestyle constantly moving between Houston, Dallas, and Kansas City. Growing up like many inner city kids, without a father figure at home, a young Aaron allowed the streets to guide him through his youth. With that, father-son relationship to the streets it was only a matter of time before the street-life seemed to be the option of finding financial stability. On October 23, 2001, he received a Karaoke Machine for his 15th birthday, that is when he began honing his skills, and recording his mixtapes on cassette tapes and have Das Mobster convert them to C.D.

Although these mixtapes had bad sound quality, his lyrics and hustle created a buzz for Double A. With his growing ‘hood buzz, he got together with childhood friend Lil Pooh, and Das Mobster to start Nauf Side Team (commonly referred to as N.S.T.). They started pushing independent mixtapes through various Dallas county high schools and
became instant block stars.

Double A’s rap career changed for the better his junior year (2004) in high school, when he met Jerome a.k.a. “J Staccs” at the Super Bowl in Houston. Double A states “I remember I met up with him and spit like 50 bars to him and he said I was wack and put in Jay-Z’s album The Blueprint, and that opened my eyes and I realized I had to step my game up.” J Staccs set up a studio session with Double A, he was so impressed with Dub’s work ethic and lyrical ability, he and co-owner Young Fava made him apart of
Real Money Entertainment. Tragedy hit a couple years later when J Staccs was gunned down, Double A felt it was left to him to carry on J Staccs vision, saying “When I heard he was dead it hurt a lot and it was only through music I made him apart of me and it really helped me through that situation.”

As a growing business man, Double A has drafted an elite management team. The new "Team Double A," has made the necessary strides to increase the anticipation of his forthcoming album, "Gods Gift." As an AllHipHop.Com “Breeding Ground’s” artist, Double A has not only made his presence felt on the national stage, but also through his constant show of work ethic and endurance in his many mixtapes and features. “Gods Gift” will be just that, the capturing of a moment that has been long worked for, and
a moment in which his fans will never forget.

Drake (Young Money/Cash Money/Universal)

Trae Tha Truth (Rap-A-Lot/Asylum Records)

Chip Tha Ripper (Kid Cudi Artist)

Roccett (Maybach Music West)

Willy Northpole (D.T.P./Def Jam)

Cory Gunz (Young Money/Universal)

Tony Yayo (G-Unit/Interscope)

Two-Time Grammy Award Winning Producers Play-n-Skillz (G4 Muzik/Universal).

Appearances and Accolades:

Cameo in Bun B’s “Riding Slow” video ft. Play-n-Skillz

Opened up in performance for acts such as Slim Thug, Webbie, and Lil Boosie

Shared the same stage with Young Jeezy and Rick Ross

Performed in the 2008 Ozone Awards Freestyle Exhibition alongside Kendrick Lamar

4 month reigning freestyle champion in Dallas at Club Blue (June-September 2006) “Breeding Grounds Artist”

Toured with Young Buck (formerly of G-Unit)

Hosted or participated as a Special Guest in club venues alongside the likes of Drake,
Birdman, Tank, LeToya Luckett, Lil Boosie, Shawty Lo, Rick Ross, Young Jeezy,
Chamillionaire, Slim Thug, Dorrough, and more…

Has been interviewed on 979 The Beat & several Radio-One stations throughout the southern region including
radio-one, college, and internet radio.

Several videos with New Money Films

“True Story”
“Devil’s Pie”
“You’ve Been Warned (Lord Lord Lord)”
“Something Epic”
“The Journey’s Not Over”
The Oath
The Kitchen Entrance

Has been special guest at several Core DJ and SEA conferences and retreats

Has worked Rick Edwards for Baby Phat and Makaveli clothing