Keith Wallace formally known as, FK (Full Klip)  was born and raised in the heart of Miami, FL.  Keith credits his unique personal experience and  upbringing as one of the main reasons he raps  with purpose. Keith doesn’t swear in his music and chooses not to promote black on black violence, drinking, nor smoking, and instead raps about the gritty realities and everyday struggles in the hood, as well the progression of minorities. At the age of fourteen, Keith was tried and sentenced  as an adult for a crime he did not commit. After 6 years in prison, Keith was released only to get  caught up in the streets. After surviving multiple shootouts, being acquitted of murder and even  surviving a gunshot would to the neck, it was time to change his life around. Committing to a positive life and promising to only do positive music,  Keith has racked up tens of millions of views on  YouTube, Facebook and Instagram. The impact in his music did not go unnoticed as Keith won Osky’s Artist of the Year in Miami in 2017. Since, Keith  has received mainstream notoriety from various  celebrities and has collaborated and even opened  up shows for artists such as Boosie, Fabulous, Fat Joe, Scarface, Lil Durk, Rick Ross, Trick  Daddy and more.




NLE Choppa is a multi-platinum rapper who has 7 U.S. Top 100 Billboard songs and a Top 10 Album Debut.

In 2020, NLE Choppa gravitated towards a "spiritual" awakening on social media, launching a YouTube channel called "Awakened Choppa", where he documents his holistic and healthier lifestyle which includes veganism, gardening and spirituality.

He has said he struggled with depression, and often raps about this in his music. He meditates in order to deal with mental health issues and the pressures of being a young entertainer.




Reshad Jones is a former NFL player who spent his entire 10 year career with the Miami Dolphins. The two-time Pro Bowl safety spent time as the team captain and led all dimebacks in tackles. Reshad also had a terrific college career at the University of Georgia where he was a two-time second-team All-SEC and a Second-team All American. Reshad was born and raised in Atlanta, and was the number one safety recruit in the country while playing at Booker T. Washington High School.




Brawley, is a motivational speaker, entrepreneur, digital creator, writer and the founder of Above .500 Inc. and Single Fathers United. The Florida native was born in New York and have been successfully running the non profit organization Above .500 for 9 years. After briefly managing NFL player Reshad Jones with his marketing agency Above .500 Agency LLC, Brawley decided to focus on assisting single fathers obtain joint custody. Brawley as spoken at schools, seminars, and was even booked to speak at Harvard University for a music conference. Brawley organizes charity event for the community that ranges from pep rallies, to school drives, toy drives and charity basketball games.