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Philanam Records

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About Philanam Records
PHILANAM Records is an indie label started by Gerald Hunley and Hease in 2014, which grew from two acts (the aforementioned co-founders) to 8 acts ranging from Hip hop, R&B, Pop, and recently EDM. Originally named "South/West Bullies" from 2012-2014, the co-founders decided to rename their group as PHILANAM to portray their city from their point of view. Gerald Hunley says PHILANAM represents "a warzone being painted on a blank canvas for the world to see" (hence the 'NAM' part of the name, referring to the Vietnam War).

PHILANAM's Co-Founder/President, Hease, has been writing lyrics since the age of 14. He admits that he didn't start taking Hip Hop serious until he was 16, around the same time he met Gerald Hunley and began writing more and more everyday until he got better. "He's gotten wayyy better as a lyricist.." says Hunley. His music reflects his thoughts, ranging from his exes to the amount of haters he has to the problem with race in America and even his dad -- who is currnetly incarcerated and has been for most of his life. "I talk about stuff that I think people should know or be aware of. Or I could make some turn up shit. Either way, its all good music to me." says Hease when asked how he views his on music. With a few tracks released here and there, Hease plans to release his first project titled The Black Tape sometime before the end of 2017. When asked what is his goals with this mixtape, Hease says, "This will be the most turnt and most black project you've probably ever listened to."

PHILANAM's Co-Founder/C.E.O. Gerald Hunley started his music career as young as 8 years old. He began by teaching himself how to play various instruments, mostly piano and guitar. He was classically trained in the Alto Sax and the Blues Harmonica. He started producing when he was 11, using GarageBand to make his first beat. He started writing lyrics when he was 10 but didn't take it serious until he was 12,when the tragic loss of his childhood friend caused him to take Hip Hop music serious. Ever since the age of 12, he began honing his craft as a lyricist and producer. He wouldn't start his engineering career until he turn 17, when obtained his own recording equipment. "I had just gotten a refund from my school and thought to myself I can finally do it ". With the recording equipment he bought, he produced and recorded a lot of work, including a 9-track EP titled Under The Influence: Summer Jawn thru Audiomack and, then later on, Datpiff. He is currently working with new equipment and plans to release his sophomore
project titled Too Late, SLEEP GOOD before the end of 2017 as well.

Ace Malachi, PHILANAM's first signee, has been only rapping for little over a year now, but has "more talent than most dudes that been spitting for years" according to Hease. After losing a close friend by the name of Sayvon Traub, he decided to take Hip Hop seriously as a career. He says before Sayvon passed, he promised him to take rapping as a career seriously. Since then Ace Malachi has worked with many underground artists in Philly's music scene. His label mate, Gerald Hunley, calls him the "king of features" because his work ethic with other artist. "Features are my main goal because what if I make a song with Lil Uzi or Famous Dex and I pop off? You never know what a small 16 could do for life" says Ace. Recently, Ace Malachi has released his first project titled Blessings on DatPiff under PHILANAM Records and his other collective Only My Brothers Entertainment.

Kayla Love, PHILANAM's first R&B act, has been singing her whole life. She has a booming voice with personality yet smooth and mellow. She hasn't released any solid bodies of work yet, but she has done a couple covers of Jennifer Hudson and Maxwell. She hopes to have work out by early 2017.

Kyng Olu, PHILANAM's second rap signee, is the label's first signee that doesn't originate from the City of Brotherly Love. Being born in Brooklyn and being raised in the South Bronx section of New York City. His music usually has a pop-esque sound with an abundant Hip Hop flavor. Kyng Olu likes to use his vocal range alot when recording songs. "It's mad dope working with artists from other cities, I like the vibes that everyone gives off personally and musically" says Olu when asked about his labelmates. Kyng Olu hasn't released any work yet, but has plans to "take over the rap game" whenever he does.

Kenyon, PHILANAM's second R&B act, has been singing for most of her life. She started singing at the tender age of 4 and hasn't stopped since. She uses music as her getaway from the troubles if the world. "I sing cause that's the one thing that nobody can take away from me that's my happy place" says Kenyon when asked why she started embarking on a music career. She hopes to release an abundant amount of work before 2017 ends and plans to make a name for herself and her labelmates.

Mita L., PHILANAM's latest signee, is an "R&B powerhouse" according to labelmate and label head Gerald Hunley. She and her older sister, Kayla Love, have been singing their whole lives. Like the rest of the R&B acts on the label she hasn't release any work but has plans to release a project or two before 2017 ends.

As for now, PHILANAM Records and its associates are working on becoming a major problem in not only the Hip Hop genre, but the entertainment world as well.
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About Philanam Records
PHILANAM Records is an indie label started by Gerald Hunley and Hease in 2014, which grew from two acts (the aforementioned co-founders) to 8 acts ranging from Hip hop, R&B, Pop, and recently EDM. Originally named "South/West Bullies" from 2012-2014, the co-founders decided to rename their group as PHILANAM to portray their city from their point of view. Gerald Hunley says PHILANAM represents "a warzone being painted on a blank canvas for the world to see" (hence the 'NAM' part of the name, referring to the Vietnam War).

PHILANAM's Co-Founder/President, Hease, has been writing lyrics since the age of 14. He admits that he didn't start taking Hip Hop serious until he was 16, around the same time he met Gerald Hunley and began writing more and more everyday until he got better. "He's gotten wayyy better as a lyricist.." says Hunley. His music reflects his thoughts, ranging from his exes to the amount of haters he has to the problem with race in America and even his dad -- who is currnetly incarcerated and has been for most of his life. "I talk about stuff that I think people should know or be aware of. Or I could make some turn up shit. Either way, its all good music to me." says Hease when asked how he views his on music. With a few tracks released here and there, Hease plans to release his first project titled The Black Tape sometime before the end of 2017. When asked what is his goals with this mixtape, Hease says, "This will be the most turnt and most black project you've probably ever listened to."

PHILANAM's Co-Founder/C.E.O. Gerald Hunley started his music career as young as 8 years old. He began by teaching himself how to play various instruments, mostly piano and guitar. He was classically trained in the Alto Sax and the Blues Harmonica. He started producing when he was 11, using GarageBand to make his first beat. He started writing lyrics when he was 10 but didn't take it serious until he was 12,when the tragic loss of his childhood friend caused him to take Hip Hop music serious. Ever since the age of 12, he began honing his craft as a lyricist and producer. He wouldn't start his engineering career until he turn 17, when obtained his own recording equipment. "I had just gotten a refund from my school and thought to myself I can finally do it ". With the recording equipment he bought, he produced and recorded a lot of work, including a 9-track EP titled Under The Influence: Summer Jawn thru Audiomack and, then later on, Datpiff. He is currently working with new equipment and plans to release his sophomore
project titled Too Late, SLEEP GOOD before the end of 2017 as well.

Ace Malachi, PHILANAM's first signee, has been only rapping for little over a year now, but has "more talent than most dudes that been spitting for years" according to Hease. After losing a close friend by the name of Sayvon Traub, he decided to take Hip Hop seriously as a career. He says before Sayvon passed, he promised him to take rapping as a career seriously. Since then Ace Malachi has worked with many underground artists in Philly's music scene. His label mate, Gerald Hunley, calls him the "king of features" because his work ethic with other artist. "Features are my main goal because what if I make a song with Lil Uzi or Famous Dex and I pop off? You never know what a small 16 could do for life" says Ace. Recently, Ace Malachi has released his first project titled Blessings on DatPiff under PHILANAM Records and his other collective Only My Brothers Entertainment.

Kayla Love, PHILANAM's first R&B act, has been singing her whole life. She has a booming voice with personality yet smooth and mellow. She hasn't released any solid bodies of work yet, but she has done a couple covers of Jennifer Hudson and Maxwell. She hopes to have work out by early 2017.

Kyng Olu, PHILANAM's second rap signee, is the label's first signee that doesn't originate from the City of Brotherly Love. Being born in Brooklyn and being raised in the South Bronx section of New York City. His music usually has a pop-esque sound with an abundant Hip Hop flavor. Kyng Olu likes to use his vocal range alot when recording songs. "It's mad dope working with artists from other cities, I like the vibes that everyone gives off personally and musically" says Olu when asked about his labelmates. Kyng Olu hasn't released any work yet, but has plans to "take over the rap game" whenever he does.

Kenyon, PHILANAM's second R&B act, has been singing for most of her life. She started singing at the tender age of 4 and hasn't stopped since. She uses music as her getaway from the troubles if the world. "I sing cause that's the one thing that nobody can take away from me that's my happy place" says Kenyon when asked why she started embarking on a music career. She hopes to release an abundant amount of work before 2017 ends and plans to make a name for herself and her labelmates.

Mita L., PHILANAM's latest signee, is an "R&B powerhouse" according to labelmate and label head Gerald Hunley. She and her older sister, Kayla Love, have been singing their whole lives. Like the rest of the R&B acts on the label she hasn't release any work but has plans to release a project or two before 2017 ends.

As for now, PHILANAM Records and its associates are working on becoming a major problem in not only the Hip Hop genre, but the entertainment world as well.
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