Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) February 9, 2011
Miss Chee just signed her first solo music deal with No Limit Forever Records. She is in the studio working with chart topping producers making nothing but club bangers and street anthems. Romeo says, “You can’t compare her to nobody, she’s different, unique with a lot of talent. She’s definitely the next female artist to take over the hip hop game. She’s street, sexy, classy with swagger.” Look for the First Lady of the Tank mix tape “Queen of the Streets” and a duo mix tape featuring Romeo and Miss Chee “Bonnie & Clyde” coming soon.
No Limit Forever has also inked a deal with Kay-I the multi-talented artist and producer. He’s Jamaican and Nigerian, raised in England traveling many miles to the United States to pursue his dreams. His versatile style is R&B Reggae and Hip Hop makes him a diamond in the rough. Kay-I says, “It is an honor to be amongst some of the top music moguls in the business like Master P and Romeo. Together we will change the game again.”
No Limit was groomed from the streets of the dirty south and Romeo says, “It was a no-brainer to sign this next artist Oak Tree.” Atlanta rapper Oak Tree represents the south, the struggle, the streets, and the ghetto dreams of coming from nothing to something. His music is about everyday street life. It’s relatable and real. You can get a taste of his style on the new single “The Statement”.
These deals were inked by No Limit Forever A&R executive Terry Miles. Company President, Romeo says, “It doesn’t matter who got now, we got next. I learned from the best… the streets is ours. I decided to sign these artists because they are the cream of the crop, reminds me of classic No Limit MCs Mia X, Mystical, and Mac. No Limit Forever… we play to win. And Miss Chee, Kay-I, and Oak Tree fit the puzzle to the new army.” No Limit Forever roster consists of Bengie, Gangsta, Black Don, Valentino, T-Bo, Suni Blac, G5-J, Lil D, Silkk the Shocker and the General himself, Romeo. For more information go to http://www.NoLimitForeverRecords.com