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L.A. Chae

L.A.Chae Mulan, born July 6, 1994. Free spirited and not your average type of girl. L.A. has always had a passion for music and songwriting. She started off writing poems at the age of 8 and continued from there. She got into music steadily from 2005-2008. As most artist in the beginning become discouraged, so she took a break in music from 2009-2015. In early 2015 L.A. realized music was her passion, and jumped back into it by releasing a few songs on SoundCloud. Receiving great feedback from the songs was the motivation she needed to get back into the music full-time. After winning a battle of the bands competition in November of 2015 she knew she really had it what it takes. That win in the competition qualified her for the championship, where she won runner up in January 2016. From that moment forward L.A. decided that she wanted to do the music seriously.

L.A. dedicated the entire 2016 into perfecting her craft so she could improve as an artist. She is very versatile, she does not settle for just one type of genre. With making music about partying, fun, love, pain and real life situations. L.A. also makes time to prefect her craft in other areas such as producing, engineering, and fashion. She believes that an artist should not limit themselves and expand the boundaries of their mind, creatively. That way when you're exhausted with one you can turn around and explore another. 

 L.A. is currently in the process of creating a movement called Nx Lvb3L, which inspires everyone to "love themselves and be themselves", which is the motto that she lives by. "You have to love yourself first because if you do not love yourself you can never truly love someone else. Knowing who you are and being yourself is everything. You have to always stay true."


Natives of Boynton Beach, FL, Hard Copy first came to prominence in 2000, when they began rapping at nightclubs in Palm Beach County, FL. The three members that originally formed Hard Copy included Jermaine Haywood (aka Drastik), Trimaine Haywood (aka Soulja Raw), and Tony Harvey (aka Gutta Jig). Hard Copy was co-founded by Terrance Shelton (a.k.a T-Felony) who could clearly see the strong talents that the three young men possessed, so he took action, and not much time had passed before recording was underway. In 2001 at only 16 years of age Hard Copy started recording their first album, "Unborn Killas" with the help of producer Robert D Guertin at Sound Great Production. A year later in 2002 horrible news was delivered to the boys. Co-founder/rap artist T-Felony was incarcerated. This news could not come at a worse time because Hard Copy was on top, selling out shows, and had a growing fan base. Unfortunately the sudden event caused Hard Copy to endure a major setback, and forced the group to stop recording temporarily because of financial hardship. Hard Copy was so discouraged that they decided to hang up the mic and focus on attending college to pursue a higher education. Despite all of the bad circumstances, they overcame it all in 2008 and continued their journey to the top of the hip-hop/rap world. Their second album, "Life of a Felon" was released on June 20, 2008 which was featured and produced by J Roc with Hard Hat Production. Their album includes hits such as "Life of a Felon" and "Lock Down". In 2012 Hard Copy member Gutta Jig decided to follow Christ and pursue his music on a different path, that path was gospel rap. Even though the three had a unique sound and style that was new fresh and hard to copy,  Drastik and Soulja Raw could do nothing but show their support and give Jig their blessings on his new journey. Loosing a member as talented as Jig didn't stop the group from pushing forward, it actually made them more ambitious then ever. Continuous work and dedication landed the group with their latest release on October 2, 2015 called "Double impact", which was completely written, recorded, and produced by Drastik and Soulja Raw themselves. Hard Copy is the definition of being hardworking and dedicated to having a true love for music since the early days of their youth. They began writing their own lyrics in middle school and with an innate passion for writing combined with being outspoken and natural leaders, this group of lyricists is certain to accomplish what they want. Their lyrical schemes reflect the influence of life experiences as well as those around them. Marrying their strengths, insecurities and weaknesses with the melodic element of hip-hop, it is ingenious the way they bring the truth so uninhibited, it exposes the very soul of the man.