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Flight Team

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*The Reintroduction - Released: 2012 - Digital Download
*US & Them- Released: 2011 - Printed
*Fetti 2.0 Released 2010 -Printed
* 718- Released 2010 - Printed
* The Sweat Shop- Released 2009- Printed



"It Ain't easy being from the three!"

These strong words are from two young men raised in zone three (the Southside of Atlanta). Joy land’s own D-Boy (Wesley Denard Dozier) and Summerhill’s K.P. (Kyle Pope) bring a fun, flashy, lyrical and unorthodox presence to Flight Team. Having known each other all their lives, it's second nature for them to blend together on tracks. Their Style, swag, flow, is unlike any hip hop/ rap predecessor! With KP's unique voice and D-Boy’s classic southern flow, their descriptive lyrics can make any listener live vicariously through a verse they have created.

"Being from the streets is a curse and a blessing"

It’s almost the same picture from the west coast to the east coast on any Martin Luther King Blvd; growing up in the hood there are not too many outcomes. In the trap culture of Atlanta, Georgia, KP & D-Boy have lost many close friends, “Rest in Peace to Lil Nick and Mario,” in the struggle. Fortunately, through their music they have found a positive outlet. Inspiration hails from their family struggles to the motivating words of Yung Phillie. KP and D-Boy are determined to take the music industry to a whole new high.

“My Pen captures the rapture…”

Jonathan “Jon Fetti” Robinson was born at Georgia First Baptist Hospital and grew up in Lithonia, Georgia. At the age of four it was quite visible that he had fallen in love… WITH MUSIC. While under private instruction playing trumpet, he began to play collegiate competition material at the age of 12. Over the next couple of years Fetti was introduced to beat making and recording through Xavier “Ghostman” Ivey and his friend Alex, Mr. Al. You could not help but hear his raw talent with only the use of a computer, Fruity loops 2.5, and a PC microphone. During his high school years at Stephenson High School, he began to network with local artist and groups such as Smooth Productions, Certified Grand, The Warlocks, Mixed Minds, and X & T Productions. Fetti attended Georgia Southwestern University to study music. There he ran in to Yung Phillie who also was a college student and an aspiring musician. They collaborated to make King Tracks along with older alliances who have gone their separate ways. Which brings us to the present, Flight Team!!

“I am the definition of music”

Fetti is the Triple Threat of Flight Team; he raps, sings, and produces. He has an extensive musical background and a thorough understanding of the Art of Mixing and Music Theory. Unlike the average beat maker or producer, he can play live and teach flawlessly. Fetti adapts to any musical genre. There is no one genre he could not conquer due to his musical adaptation. Some say he is a young Quincy Jones of our time. It’s ironic that their birthdays fall on the same day…coincidence or a sign of his gift…. In order to be amongst the best, Fetti has knowledge of Cubase, Pro Tools, Samplitude, Reason, FL Studio, and reads composition. He is heavily influenced by the well known producer Timberland, his band teachers, and life. “It’s nothing better than writing the truth. We all feel the Truth…”

“Started from the bottom making something out of nothing”

Lasscelles “Yung Phillie [Y.P.] [Why Pee] ” Rochester was born January first at SUNY Down State Hospital and grew up in Fort Greene, Brooklyn. He always was in love with music, but it was not until the age of 12, he married hip hop. DMX's “Its Dark and Hell is Hot”, Notorious B.I.G.'s “Life After Death” & Jay-Z 's “Reasonable Doubt” were his first CDs owned.

“ Destined to shine”

While attending Boys & Girls High School, he met Chryst Young (CEO of HP) who gave him his name and later introduced him to Chris Martin “Hotash Hell” (R.I.P.), recording artist for Macamille Ent.. He quickly joined Macamille shortly around the release of their first compilation CD “Death Before Dishonor: Loved By Many, Hated By Few, Respected By All vol. 1”. Later on Kenny aka Kemyst (R.I.P.) purchased Yung Phillie’s first music producing equipment, and Yung Phillie started creating beats for the group. He later moved to Georgia where he met rapper, singer, and producer Jon Fetti. Fetti enhanced the young rappers talent and encouraged Yung Phillie to improve. He began pursuing writing and soon recorded his first song “Dead or Alive” with Fetti and together they formed King Tracks.

“ I take it all straight like a shot no chasing”

When Hotash Hell passed away in September of 2007 of cancer, Yung Phillie wanted to quit music, but OG Lean (Hotash Hell's father) and Jon Fetti pushed him to continue; The feeling of losing his best friend along the pain he heard in OG Lean’s voice continues to drive him to succeed by any means necessary.

“I’m perfectly imperfect cuz ordinary just wont do”

With puns bigger than the artist, metaphors & similes enough to engulf the industry are encompassed in his lyrical delivery. More than just the typical New York lyrist and dirty south beat rider, Y.P. has creat