The Spit It Boys

The Spit It Boys

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Biography

The Spit-It Boys are made of up the charismatic Echezona Onwuama a.k.a. Obama and the lyrical Jay Tyler. The youngest members of Studio Heat have released their first mixtape titled “Presidential Address” which features the much-acclaimed remix of Jay-Z and Kanye West’s “Paris.” The Spit-It Boys have performed at the Strand Theater, the Berklee Performance Center, Beantown Jazz Festival, Boston Urban Music Festival and many other venues.

Obama has been a part of Studio Heat for two years and started making music when he joined the group. Obama is known for his versatile flow and metaphorical rhyming. He prides himself on keeping his rhymes clean while adding verses to Studio Heat productions. The 11-year old rapper draws inspiration from the likes of Tupac Shakur, Rick Ross and Jadakiss, among others.

Jay Tyler has been part of Studio Heat for more than 3 years and has been making music since he was 5 years old when he would write songs with cousins. Tyler is a competitive rapper and loves the freedom and creativity that is hip-hop music. Tyler’s influences include Jay-Z and J. Cole.

Discography

Presidential Address Mixtape (2012)