Crown the Kings Entertainment was born from the collective vision of Gerald“ReaLife” Beamon and Sherwin “DJ Eskro” Phillips in 2016. The purpose from thevery beginning was to be more than the best rap crew or show promoters inWashington; it was to create a cultural and lifestyle statement through multiple mediaexpressions.
With Hip-Hop being a driving force in the culture of the world, it seemedfitting that an outfit from the epicenter of creativity in the Northwest take the lead inmoving it forward.
This is being done via numerous music and comedy releases, localand national touring, and the All City Sounds radio show, airing on Hollow Earth Radio (KHUH*LP 104.9 FM, Seattle), every Sunday from 2pm-4pm.
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Born in Seattle and raised in Tacoma, ReaLife is a highly respected artist in Washington and beyond. Also serving as President, Graphic Designer, and Manager for
Crown the Kings, his many talents push the brand forward with conviction. His upcoming album Perspective, featuring the powerful single “Black Privilege”, opened the lane for many shows with some of the top artists from
Recently making the West his home after a strong run inNorth Carolina, Seven Da Pantha represents a forgotten era ofHip-Hop. A superior wordsmith and live performer, he is stillriding the wave of his most recent release Open Bar (WeLivItEnt./ Soundchamba Ent.) which included the adventuroussingle “Hard Livin’”. After sharing the stage with the likes ofOutkast, Jay-Z, KRS-One, Macklemore and more, Seven isready to share his brand of lyrical ferocity with the WestCoast.
With the M.A.T.H. EP (Soundchamba Productions) dueout in December, this is the perfect time for the “CarolinaHurricane” to blow through your city. You can find Seven’sexpansive catalog and more at