Philly Redface is a seasoned artist from the streets of North Philadelphia now residing in Atlanta, Georgia.
His birth name, Nashid is Arabic for poet which inspired Philly to get into music at a young age.
He just released his sixth project, ‘Same Shyt DiffRed Day’ earlier today executive produced by Luhtim. The EP features 5 tracks which incorporate Philadelphia and Atlanta vibes.
He earned his respect in the streets and for his volunteerism with his bi-monthly Feed The Hood campaign which was an event aimed to bring together oppressed communities with food, celebration, and a first listen to new music from Philly Redface himself.
After barely surviving the rough realities of the Philadelphia streets, Philly Redface and his family eventually moved to Atlanta with a dollar and a dream in need of a change of scenery.
Philly never lost his passion for music as he gave away CDs while selling burgers and hotdogs at local convenient stores.
Check out Philly Redface’s previous projects online (Introducing Redface, Spark Up The Philly, Philly 2Da A, The Philadelphia Story which features other prominent Philly artists, Gillie The Kid and Jack Frost and No Turn On Red which was Philly’s first album to feature southern production).
Philly Redface is motivated now more than ever to prove his position in Hip Hop and has since performed at several artist showcases and has a joint music group with rising artist, Griffy called The Formula.
IG, Twitter, Youtube & Soundcloud @PhillyRedFace
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I am a Music Manager, Digital Content Blogger, Publicist, Radio Personality, and believer of God.
I took a leap of faith in 2013 and moved to Atlanta after graduating from Xavier University (Cincinnati, Ohio) with a degree in Public Relations & Business Management. I connected with the Coalition DJs of Atlanta my first week of being in ATL and eventually began interning with the brand. My daily responsibilities included going from a minimum of 4 main clubs each night ensuring that priority records were being played while helping build and maintain consumer relations.
During this time, I also worked as an assistant for several producers such as Dun Deal, Sonny Digital and other musicians.
Working in such untraditional work environments taught me self-discipline and time management.
While building my name and brand, I taught myself how to shoot and edit videos, and build websites. Now I partner with several major blog sites to offer exclusive content written and conducted by myself.
I have a Youtube interview series called The Progress Report where I speak to artists, producers, and tastemakers about music, life, and entrepreneurship.
I also have a weekly live interview podcast at Highly Unique Radio also called The Progress Report with an all female cast aimed towards giving exposure to entrepreneurs and independent artists. The latest person we interviewed was Orlando Brown, needless to say it was a very entertaining show.
I am also the co-owner of Femcee.net which is the all-purpose platform dedicated to servicing and empowering womanhood through digital networking. (www.Femcee.net)
I pride myself on loyalty and my work ethic and ongoing commitment to bettering everyone around me from clients to peers while I learn from them.
I eventually wish to start a non-profit organization to empower young women teaching them how to be their own bosses.
Instagram, Twitter, Youtube, Snapchat & Facebook @LalaaShep