Tim Gent, Daisha McBride
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Aly “Lackhoney” Lakhani is not the typical hip-hop artist. Born to Indian and Pakistani parents meant as a child, Lackhoney heard more Bollywood Hits and Muslim spiritual music than hip-hop.
During his freshman year at Vanderbilt, Lackhoney forwent the college party scene and spent his weekends in the campus recording studio, often walking back to his dorm at the same time others were going for morning jogs.
Over the next three years, Lackhoney built out a team of musicians that comprise his band, The Hive. The Hive is made up of musicians Emmet Haden, Ben Pleasant, Noah Luna, Charlie Hackemer, and Knowledge Brown.
Along with building a team, Lackhoney soon saw a need for self-sufficiency in his own music, which led him to hone the skills of mixing, mastering, recording, and sound engineering the entirety of his current catalog, along with production assistance from The Hive.
The hard work paid off. Taking a cue from artists like Russ, Lackhoney released a stream of singles like “Rhapsodize,” “Bruce Lee,” and “Is That Love,” building a passionate following on campus and around Nashville.
A clever lyricist and charismatic vocalist, Lackhoney is carving out a unique place in hip hop by embracing his own reality, from dealing with the racial prejudice he experiences as a Muslim to the everyday ups and downs of life as a student. He details his truths in upcoming projects throughout 2019.
Tim Gent is a songwriter/artist from Clarksville, Tennessee who has been making a name for himself since the release of his 2015 mixtape 'Clarksville Nights'. Tim continued seeing success with the release of his first fully-distributed single Lady America (feat. Drisana DeSpain). The track garnered heavy attention across many online outlets and charted #1 on Spotify's United States Viral 50.
After spending 2017 releasing a string of singles, Tim started garnering even more of an online buzz, which led to features from Hot New Hip Hop, Sway's Universe, The Tennessean, and a full length interview with NPR: World Cafe.
Tim crushed 2018 releasing a consistent flow of new music for his fans, beginning with the release of his full-length project Life Away From Home, which was named Best Hip Hop Project of 2018 by Nashville Scene. Tim celebrated the release with local fans in a packed out show at Nashville's famous Exit In. This attention spread throughout the region allowing Tim to open up for multiple major artists, including Wu-Tang, Rakim, CeeLo Green, EARTHGANG and Playboi Carti, as well as partner with Red Bull and super producer Tay Keith for a sold-out industry showcase in Nashville.
In 2019, Tim began exploring different writing sessions in multiple genres to not only sharpen his own craft, but also write for other artists. Now as a member of the Prescription Songs publishing team, Tim will have two of his LAFH singles featured in the upcoming film The Violent Heart.
Daisha McBride is a 21 year old female rapper from Knoxville. TN.
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