Anthony Ray, better known by his stage name Sir Mix-A-Lot, is a Multi-Platinum and Grammy Award winning Rap Artist, Producer, Actor and Tech Entrepreneur who was born and raised in Seattle. His hit singles "Baby Got Back", "Posse on Broadway" "Don't Cha" by the Pussy Cat Dolls, and other titles have sold millions of records world wide. His songs have been utilized in Blockbuster Movies and TV shows such as Charlie’s Angels, Shrek, Shark Tale, Glee, Saturday Night Live, X-Factor, Friends and many more.
The Sir Mix-A-Lot brand spans 20 plus years and is trusted by Corporate clients such as Microsoft, Heineken, Lamborghini, Proctor & Gamble, Nestle, Target and VH1. Sir Mix-A-Lot is often heard on NPR, is a well respected guest speaker and continues to perform live concerts across America. Mix (as he is often called) is a tech geek and can often be found in Silicon Valley and in the tech centers around Seattle engaged in discussions surrounding various technology start-ups.
Sir Mix-A-Lot has a passion for Senior causes, Education, Music in Schools and has an educated opinion on all things political. Mix has sparred with the likes of Howard Stern, he has been featured on the hit NPR series "Wait, Wait, Don't Tell Me" and has performed on The Arsenio Hall Show.
Jairemie Alexander (born, September 13th 1991) began playing piano at age 5, taught by his Great Grandmother, they both play(ed) by ear. By the age of 9 Jairemie began writing songs and performing small shows and school plays along the west side of Washington State. He has been influenced by a diverse group of musicians such as Prince, Pink Floyd, Christina Aguilera and soul musicians such as Etta James, Otis Redding, Aretha Franklin and Sam Cook. At the tender age of 11, Jairemie expanded his musical awareness and song mastery by playing the guitar. Today, you can find Jairemie performing his songs acoustically, accompanied by his guitar.
In 2012 Jairemie won the lead non-speaking role in Macklemore & Ryan Lewis' "Same Love” video, which talks about the issues of gay and lesbian rights and was recorded during the campaign for Washington Referendum 74, which, when approved, legalized same-sex marriage in Washington Stage, now legalized nation wide. The song and video reached number 11 on the Billboard Hot 100 in the United States and reached number 1 in both New Zealand and Australia. The song was nominated at the 56th Annual Grammy Awards for Song of the Year. Following In 2015, Jairemie signed to Zaki Rose, managed by music industry vet and entrepreneurs, Ricardo Frazer and Wael “L” Abou-Zaki.
Edsclusive, a New Orleans native brought to the city of Miami after Hurricane Katrina, has quickly impacted the music industry landing collaborations with the likes of Wiz Khalifa, Curren$y, Cool & Dre, DJ Khaled, The Game, French Montanna, Yo Gotti, Fat Joe and more. At his early age, Edsclusive continues to cultivate his sound and curate his art in the heart of southern and sultry Miami, FL.
Heralded as "The Fathers of Modern Cybernetics," Skeets and Rubicon spent their formative years developing advanced neural networks and software algorithms based on their extensive perceptual and psychoacoustic research. Their goal was to create hybrid cybernetic systems capable of augmenting their own senses and cognitive processes in order to produce highly-optimized bangers for generations to come. The accumulation of their efforts is presented to you in the form of Robot Jox.