Da Total Pak-Age
\'Welcome to a new age\'. Thes are the words of T. Larnell the exuberant C.E.O. of DAPAK Entertainment and 20/20 Records, the Kings of the Midwest and other parts of Ohio. By strategically putting together five of the most versatile and prolific artists that Cleveland has to offer, DAPAK are setting themselves up as the cornerstone of Ohio HipHop. There most recent accomplishments have been selling over 4000 copies of their latest EP F%K Dat with little to no airplay, due to the controversial title, performing at several events throughout Northeast Ohio including The Rock and Roll Hall Of Fame, and other parts of the country. DAPAK\'s main concern was winning over the streets, this was accomplish by giving a annual community picnic and freestyle battle with local performers every 4th of July, last attendence reach over 900. The five artist under my tuteluge. Dionte Divins, alias Coope Deville. This local favorite has harnessed the ability to empower a great chorus at will, making him vital to the songs hypnotic abilities. Jermaine Short, alias DA Trap 1. This artist is the laid back one, very methodical in his rhymes relating his muic to life experiences. Prentice Polk, alias Smootheon. This young author possesses a very in-depth and passionate writing style that makes him a definite neccesity to the group. William Buttram, alias Chilly Heezy. This artists possesses the uncanny talent of changing his voice on every track, making him the most versatile member of the group. Last but not least Stanford Wilson, alias Sticky Green. Has no problem being the finishing punch to the hard jabs thrown by the rest of his comrades. Although his name may sound criminal his main objective with his abstract name is to create songs & lyrics that sticks in your head. Making him one of the several members of the group who thinks of marketbility everytime he touches the mic.