Deucey the Great
Jude Robertson, better known as JRE, is a producer, songwriter and artist. Born in Grenada, his passion for music began as a teen; his focus was on writing and producing then. He was inspired by Bob Marley, Snoop Dog, Ginuwine, Vybz Kartel, Ray Charles, Michael Jackson, R. Kelly, Tupac, Dion and the Belmonts and Chris Brown for starters. He has produced several regional and national award winning songs in the Caribbean. He now calls Brooklyn home. An avid fan of music and poetry, he has always been lyrically inclined and has found a new love in rapping. He has been featured with top battle rappers Loaded Lux and Izzy Cash. Additionally, he was a part of the pre-game to the Mid-West Power Fest, featuring Gucci Mane, in Chicago.
BoNasty, dubbed "The Party Animal", was born and raised in Brooklyn. Brooklyn proved to be the perfect breeding ground for him to master his lyrics and stage performance. He released "Party Animal" on Red Face Records and built up a buzz; then he took his talents to Miami to expand his brand and network. His single, "Handz In Da Air", features Busta Rhymes, and continues to be featured in Miami hot spots. His recent work with Spliff Star and PaperRock Records was pumped heavy in New York and Atlanta, and his new album, "Gutta By The Pound" will be released this summer.
Nigel Cambell, better known by his stage moniker Deucey the Great, was born in Brooklyn, New York. He frequented Bedford-Sty and Brownsville and initially had dreams of playing professional basketball; Jonathan Davis, aka the Glocman changed that. He always had an innate love of music and was motivated by Jay-Z, B.I.G., Fabolous, Jadakiss and Ludacris. He is always looking to work with like minded talent, but keeps his circle small for now. His projects include his biological brothers, Gloc and Shmelis as well as fellow PPR members.
Rapper and producer Enjo the Hitmaker is also known as Endyanear. The name, a spin off of "engineer" and "in ya ear" was given to him by his uncle, who noticed his passion for music at such a young age. Family has always been important. His mother died when he was small and he was raised by his grandmother, who he credits for making him the man he is today. Born and raised in Huntington, LI, he initially dropped out of high school only to soon realize he would end up dead or in jail. Personal struggle, his wife and two daughters and the influence of Swizz Beatz, Kanye West and Timbaland are his musical motivation.
J. Kinggz, born Jeremiah Mattis, is originally from St. Vincent; he moved to Brooklyn as a teen. He has always been inspired by music, especially Hip-Hop. Music gave him an outlet to express his struggles and experiences and convey them to his peers. In tenth grade, he started writing his own lyrics, which were received well by his friends; he knew at that moment that this was his calling. His current work with Spliff Star and PaperRock has enhanced this passion tremendously
Enjo the Hitmaker