Jace Williams A.K.A Rejekdakon has been in the rap game for about 14 years. His inspiration for rap came from listening to artists such as Wu-Tang, especially GZA. Rejekdakon was first featured on Wild Island Hustlers Compilation Album, by G.F.E All Stars, produced by Michael “Justice” Henry in 2004. The tracks he was featured in on this album include “Money”, “No Finga Prints”, and “Get at Me” just to name a few. His style would be described as an old school, new school hybrid with a silky smooth delivery of metaphoric lyrics. Formally known as Chin Checka, Rejekdakon found himself, in the earlier stages of rap career, on the wrong side of the law. After being locked up and reentering society he felt as though he was rejected and viewed as an outcast by every day society, this is where the birth of Rejekdakon took place.
Philip Atkinson A.K.A Shimek has been in the game for about 20 years. Back in the early 90’s Spade-O from the iconic group Major Figures dubbed him Shimek and he still carries this name to date. When asked how he got startedin the game Shemik’s reply was, “I started fucking with some real nigga’s that was spitting that fire and that inspired me to spit.” He was first featured on The South Wild Island Hustler Compilation Album; by G.F.E All Stars, Produced by Michael “Justice” Henry which was released in 2004. His features on this album include “It’s a Rap and “Shit Happens.” After that feature appearance Shimek found himself on the wrong side of the law, constant court appearances and jail sentences forced him out of the game for about ten years. Now, he’s back and better than ever, with a style that would be considered raw gritty and straight from the streets.