Prince Vega – Two talented artists from Connecticut is getting the most out of their independent grind in Internet Hollywood after individually landing a front page slot in our banner section. This makes them the only artists in Connecticut besides Prince Vega to get their brand or event advertised on Internet Hollywood.
Oscar Black is gearing up to shut down 70 Union Place in Downtown Hartford on April 22nd. The new ‘Industry Is Rocking’ event hosted by Big Regg will include Rich Dollaz and Fred Da Godson with music by DJ Token. Tickets for the event is currently being sold at Da Beat Clothing, (Hartford,) D&D Variety Store, (Sisson Ave, Hartford, CT,) and in other locations that are listed in the flier below.
While Oscar Black prepares to make April a month to remember, rapper Snacks Giggaty released his newest project ‘Get Rich Money’ on Datpiff and the response has been nothing but positive. The description highlights the meaning behind the use of the glasses to represent the cover of the new project.
“The Reason I choose the Color gray for this Cover is because I come from a place where it’s mostly gray clouds, never that much happy moments unless you turning up. The glasses show what I see in my future, but in a humble deserving way showing I work hard to get the best things out of life.”
The 17 track mix-tape features talented artists like ANoyd, Spaid, H.M.Y, Yung Flee, Blunt Blank, and Des. Snacks Giggaty is the second male artist from the Hartford, Connecticut besides Prince Vega to get radio spins on Internet Hollywood Radio. The artist lead front page stories twice and managed to capture the attention of celebrities in Internet Hollywood from B.E.T Networks and Universal Music Group during the Game of Rap Season with California rapper C-three who later topped Snoop Dogg’s ‘Underground Heat‘ list. Snacks Giggaty is one of Prince Vega’s childhood friends who Vega considers a relative.
We look forward to seeing what these two amazing artists have in store for us in the future!