The Under Ground Enfantry Squad (U.G.E.S.)

The Under Ground Enfantry Squad (U.G.E.S.)

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Charismatic, lively and touching are the best words to describe the music created by these hot young Hip-Hop/Rap Artists called U.G.E.S.. As a matter of fact, if a dynamic lyrical flow isn't enough, their on stage performance will leave you breathless.


Everett Longston aka "LiL Dre" and Raymond Wazo aka “Remedy” are two up and coming young Hip-Hop/Rap Artists of the new millennium. They are just two of a small number of Rap Artists that write their own lyrics and specialize in making music that has a positive and uplifting message. At the tender age of 16, these two young Hip-Hop Artists from Springfield, Massachusetts have concluded that this is their time to climb the ladder to success and is determined to represent themselves and the ‘New England Community” with a different viewpoint by using inspirational and thought provoking rhymes in their music. To describe LiL Dre and Remedy in one word, it would have to be "unbelievable". Their just that hot!

Some past performances include - Two performances at the Legendary Apollo Theater in New York City in August 2003 for the Rose Records 10th Year Anniversary Independent Record Label Hip-Hop and R&B Music Awards Show and in March 2005 for the Links Entertainment, Family Room Records & City Beat Magazine Annual “Time To Shine” Talent Showcase. Past performances in July 2006 In Philadelphia at Penn’s Landing for the African Day Festival (opening act for Macy Gray), in August 2006 at the Puerto Rican Day Festival and Stone Soul Day Festival in September 2006 both in Springfield, Mass, opening act for National Recording Artist - Female Rapper “Remey Martin” in Hartford, CT, opening act for “The Mic-Is-Mine” Talent Show in Manhattan, New York, and guest performing act for a Sweet Sixteen Party in Boston, Mass. Two most recent performances in February 2007; one for a Music Industry Showcase at the Remote Lounge in lower Manhattan and the other for the Police Athletic League (PAL) during three half-time All Star Basketball Games in Brooklyn, New York.

With a sure ticket to stardom, these two 10th Grade rapping sensations seem to have what it takes to make it to the top and fulfill their dreams of becoming Rap Stars and Entertainers; the look, the moves, the voice, and the music. They are currently working on a Debut Album entitled “The Chosen #1” that is expected to be release in early Winter 2008. But, in the meantime check out their two hot new singles "Say Something" and "Shake It Fast" on their soon to be released (in early Spring 2008) Maxi Single CD with three bonus tracks. There just that Hot!

So with this in mind, be on the lookout for “U.G.E.S.” (LiL Dre & Remedy) and check-out their next stage show and performance. You won’t be disappointed!


U.G.E.S. has many singles to perform. Two hit songs include "Say Something and "Shake It Fast" and other songs like "Dance With Me, Bang, Sweet 16, Unpredicted, More Bounce, and Lookin At Me" under their belt.

Set List

Typical set consist of a 15-30 minute show but capable of performing a 45-60 minute set. Songs consist of one-two cover tracks (depends on show set-up) and several original songs (total amount of songs depends on show set-up). Song selections include: Say Something, Shake It Fast, Dance With Me, Bang, More Bounce, Lookin At Me, Unpredicted, and a variety of others.