Ease

Ease

 New York City, New York, USA
BandHip Hop

Biography

Ease Started out rapping in my freshman year of high school in 93 at Hudson View In Yonkers. He began performing at local talent shows back in 94 where he bumped into one of the Fu-Schnickens members. After the show Ease was invited to a special but he turned it down for very important reasons. After graduating form Edward R. Murrow HS in brooklyn in 96, he started back rapping in an effort to start college. In 98 Ease did 3 joints which never saw the light of day. Labels like Warner Brothers and MCA like it but they weren't looking for artists, and Sony (and the imprints under the umbrella back in 99) fronted on it, But one A&R who used to work for Trackmasters back in 98 told him that he need to put out something hot. So Ease took his advise and write songs that'll be appropriate for the streets. In 99 he worked with Blaze magazine/24 Hour MC which was headed by former Quest records director John Fraizer, on the strength of doing promotions and at the same time trying to get his foot in the door at the same time he met DJ Kool Kid, he also bumped into 50 Cent (Who was with Trackmasters at the time before the How To Rob era), Genovese, Royal Flush, Eminem & Royce Da 5'9" (Whose peoples ask me if he could get on the mic and he turned down that for work reason), Krumbsnatcha, Draft Pick (1/2 of the duo was later known as Juelz Santana of the Diplomats), and more. Ease sent tapes to MCA where an A&R over there weren't looking for new artists. Ease also hooked up with Ruff Ryders when they were with Interscope at that time and they like the music but keep sending new materials, and Untertainment where the A&R at Untertainment fronted on it. In 2000 & 2001 Ease met a whole lot of artists and still send his tapes to Def Jam and Roc-A-Fella records. An A&R at Epic fronted on it. In 2001 Ease send joints to DJ Clue's Desert Storm records, Clue didn't fronted on my joint and he did a 16 bar freestyle over the phone to him. Clue gave me good advices and told me to keep doing music and whatever he do best. In 2002, Ease send a tape to Roc-A-Fella Records hoping they'd give me a chance to express myself cause he thought they need new acts, but they pissed him off after he received a mail with my tape in it sealed in the same envelope he sent to them which says "Returned To Sender". Later in that same year, he went back in the studio to record "Instigators" and "Dismissed". In 2003 Ease performed at End Of The Weak, The 5 Spot, Mental Supreme Training camp and Hip Hop Palace's showcase. That same year he recorded "Don't Even Ask Me Why" and "They Ain't Ready" (Which was played on 91.9 FM courtesy of DJ Ready Cee). During the exact same year, Ease auditioned for VH1's Cutthroat & WB's Looking for A Deal. Ease got my own organization called Wild Out Productions Which he's going to launch later but you could catch him anywhere and any place like EOW, Training Camp, Ace Of Spades and more. Ease recorded a new joint called "What The Ladies About", and did a freestyle on the "Streets On Lock" beat that ended up on DJ White Owl's "International Hustler Pt. 2, but due to an unexpected vacation, he didn't get to hear the track on the mixtape. Another freestyle He did was on the "Kick Push" beat thet ended up on DJ Deal$' "Press Payment". His joint "What The Ladies About has been getting radio airplay courtesy of Ramy Ma's DJ, DJ Bedtyme 357 2 times and counting. Ease did a joint for the streets called "Rock Bottom which is on a few mixtapes in the streets & gonna be on Hot 97 and Power 105 1 as well as internet radio stations. Ease is doing big things so expect something new from him real soon. He's close to finishing up his mixtape LP but he might change the name. BK All Day Every Day!