Tha District Boyz
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Tha District Boyz


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As early as elementary school three friends shared the same common passion for rap music and that interest motivated them to create there own music rap group once known as The Lost Soul's. Boogy, Dough $ Boy & M16 were the three founding members of the organization we know today as Tha District Boyz. The three guy's would graduate from elementary school and move on to continue their education to further their music careers. As the guy's progressed in school Tha District Boyz would change and new faces were added to the fold. Johnnie B would join The Lost Soul's.

As the group took form they knew they wanted to record but with no studio or studio equipment the guy's started using the sound recorder and acid pro 4.0, on the computers in their homes. The guy's would record and create music using created beats of M16 and industry beats as well as from various internet sources. The music created started to spark the interest of family and friends and would keep the guy's motivated. The group created their myspace page and would come to learn there was already a group with the name The Lost Soul's. The guy's knew a new name was needed. With a lot of thinking and their determination to put DC on the map they created the name of Tha District Boyz.

Working and grinding to make a name for Tha District Boyz the guy's would start performing at various open mic's and local talent shows. They went on to participate in a number of internet contests as well as adding two new members Chuck and Calhoun. In July of 2007 Tha District Boyz were invited to audition for a local DC Artist looking for the best talent to open the show for his first album release party featuring Scarface and Devin the Dude. Since that time Tha District Boyz have taken final shape adding a manager and the launch of there very own Music label District Boyz Entertainment. The group would be a finalist and compete against some of the best DMV artist in the 1st Annual Make Em or Break Em Contest that took place at the University of Maryland College Park.

The group has started recording there very 1st mix tape to hit the streets soon called "The Movement" Volume 1, as well as recording their first original project after signing a deal with Broken Chain Entertainment. With their first single release "Call Me Mista" Tha District Boyz have grown to become one of the preimere upcoming rap groups in the DMV and their future look's very promising with hard work and dedication they've shown committment to professional music careers.