During mid-2006, Stix and partner, Nicholas Gouche, developed a worldwide rap battle league called “The Pit” where the battle rap careers of Dizaster and Daylyt were born. “The Pit” in just a short time, immediately became LA’s most popular and top Hip-Hop event. “The Pit” amassed support from some of the west coast’s most notable artists like Kendrick Lamar, Problem, YG, Glasses Malone, Roscoe, Mistah Fab, J-Doe, Gizzle (Bad Boy), and BadLucc (Diamond Lane) to name a few. “The Pit” also received support from artist outside of the western region like Nas, Redman, and Young Jeezy.
Stix past independent releases has included artists such as Tyrese, singer/songwriter James Fauntleroy, Luke James, and Chicago native BJ The Chicago Kid and received production from Grammy nominated producers Steve “Swiff D” Thornton, Maejor Ali, Marcus “Seige” White, Chordz 3D, and 1500 or Nothin.
Stix verse is just a taste of how versatile he can be with music. His production and songwriting work with other artists has been the staple of his career in entertainment. Stream “Hall of Fame” on Spotify here
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