Music Dealers Placements: Indie Sounds From NCAA's Final Four 478 words · 3 minute read

MEET THE NEW INDIE PLAYERS OF MADNESS

This year college basketball madness reaches new heights with fresh sounds from the hottest indie artists spanning every region competing for college championship gold. To highlight the New Indie Players Sparking Madness in the NCAA tournament, Music Dealers and CBS sifted through thousands of artists to compile some of the most current sounds about to hit the market today. This link showcases our artists from the Midwest, South, East and West regions whose music you heard over the last few weeks of the tournament broadcast.

And here are some of our artists you’ll hear during Final Four games in Atlanta, as college basketball stars dribble, pass and shoot their way to NCAA championship gold!

 

 

 

Charles “Chizzy” Stephens III

Charles “Chizzy” Stephens has already been on MTV’s TRL and worked with Travis Porter, Kaleena of Diddy Dirty Money, American Idol’s David Hernandez, Platinum Country artist/songwriter Jeffery Steel, and The New Kids On The Block lead singer Jordan Knight. According to Aaron Arnold, now CEO of MusicIsMyBusiness, ”I brought Charles (Chizzy) on as an intern but after hearing his production…I had to change my focus with him as he was to talented to just be an intern.” Charles would not only become his first producer, but also serve as music director for the company.

 

Jeremy Ezell

Jeremy Ezell is breaking onto the music scene championing a rare brand of passionate, honest, pop/rock on his debut release “of Love and Law” in 2009. A year ago Jeremy left his long term project, Wilson Empire, to begin the task of building a new direction for his music. With years of experience touring the southeast, opening spots for national artists, and 2 very successful independent recordings, Jeremy’s goals remain quite simple: to write, record, and tour winning the affection of audiences with his intelligent lyrics and infectious melody.

 

 

Crucifix

Born in Atlanta Georgia, raised in Central and East Africa, Crucifix spent much of his early childhood bouncing from continent to continent, soaking in a wide influence of music, language and culture. But it was his unveiling passion for music that would soon take center stage in his life. Mixing hard southern rock and dirty southern rap, Crucifix boasts a new image and sound, never before seen in the world of hip-hop.

 

 

K-Major

K-Major was born and raised in Cartersville, GA where his curiosity and love for the art of music blossomed into the massive force it is today. Each day during K-Major’s upbringing where the introduction and ear-gasmic fulfillment of sounds, tunes, harmonies, and vibes from these foreign places were great, every moment subliminally enriched, enhanced and changed the way K-Major hears, plays and constructs music. Each sense of technique, rhythm and inclined musical aptitude that builds and set ablaze like wild fires when he works, is in some way or another courtesy of K-Major’s childhood.