6 N Belmont Production


– As seen in the Oct/Dec 2012 issue of The INDIEgator, Page 21-22.

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6 N Belmont Production
is coming out with their debut album for the first time in 2013. Cuban DVenci (on the left), Guiseppe Myartt and Octavius The Rebel (on the right) are the Artists on the label. They’re making a major impact on the East coast with their different styles of Hip Hop.

Guiseppe Myartt released his album in 2011 called Nex Level. With his smash singles “All In’ and “Keep It Moving”, he has been flooding the streets with his political views on society, and his views of everything in the world. The album got 300 downloads on its release. You can catch his video “Nex Level” on YouTube @ 6nbelmontvideos.

Cuban DVenci is more of a 90’s style commercial Artist. He has already dropped his album Da DVenci Code early in 2012 which had 500 downloads on his first release day. His smash singles “You Know” and “Go Head” are making their way through online radio stations. He has kind of an old school feel with some new modern day Hip Hop in his music mix.

Octavius The Rebel’s album Written Privacy debuted in early 2007 and he is bringing you his first album on the label in 2013 called Revolution. His style is more on the commercial side and has Old School Hip Hop ways. His brand new single “Roc da Mic” is going to be something crazy for the fans.

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