JME Sleezy moved from Denver, CO to the South in 2007 to pursue his music career. He would later start his own music label, Got Heat Ent., in 2008. Working and grinding hard to make something from nothing, JME Sleezy met up with Tasco and the two instantly created a brotherly bond. The guys actually worked together for a short period of time before they realized that they both had a passion for ... read more
Bryton Kelley a.k.a Kingpin started making music in early 2012, being heavily influenced by electronic music, and has been honing his craft and developing his sound ever since.
Beau Levy Westmoreland, March 17, 1981 Council Bluffs, Iowa As a young man Levy moved at the age of 12 to southeast Oklahoma (Boswell) a small town located about 10 miles south of the Red River bordering Texas and Oklahoma. At a very young age he always showed interest in music, more of old school, blues and R&B. He and his childhood friends would always get together and start singing and free styling as a hobby. Soon after high school he joined the USAF, and started learning more about electronics as he was starting his career as a Minuteman IIII electromechanical technician in Cheyenne, WY. He bought his first microphone, a one channel tube amp, and a laptop, and got to work. In 2005, Biloxi, Mississippi while training for the military he set up a recording studio and started writing and putting instrumentals together, as well as networking with other members of the military that shared his same passion. He was honorably discharged after serving 6 years. After being discharged he moved back to Oklahoma, to work and provide for his family, but there was something missing. The music! He and a handful of friends would get in the studio almost every day 8-12hrs at a time and starting putting mix tapes together and pass out to whomever was willing to listen. All together 6 mix tapes came out of it and many, many original songs. In 2010, a chance or maybe the right place at the right time, an opportunity came up for him to be a part of new idea. Mystudio.net. He was hired to manage the studio, and help maintain its integrity. Grapevine, Texas would eventually take him to Honolulu, Hawaii, as an operations manager for the studio where Simon Cowells X-Factor auditions were to be held. 100 of auditions a day were submitted and the studio ran smooth for those 4 months. After leaving Hawaii and coming back to the mainland he worked odd jobs to make money but his passion for music never left, in 2011 he placed second in the Texas Independent Music Expo with the song called Forever Gone, written by himself, and produced by a friend LJ Crews. He wanted more knowledge in the music industry, so in 2014 Levy enrolled in a Recording Arts program in Dallas, Texas and graduated recently. When asked why his passion is so deep for music this is what he said, “music is a life of its own, its an outlet, a confidant, an escape, but also a reality of what is going on in the world, to share it is to bless others, to hide it would be unforgiving” His influences in music range from CCR, BB King, Muddy Waters, Otis Redding, Sam Cooke, Elvis Presley, The Beatles, Tupac, Biggie, Cricet, Run D.M.C, LL Cool J, Master P, Tasco, J.M.E, The Green , Collie, Buddz, J. Boog, Fiji, Common Kings, IZ, Angry Locals, and so so many more. He believes in music because music gives people chances and change….
JME Sleezy moved from Denver, CO to the South in 2007 to pursue his music career. He would later start his own music label, Got Heat Ent., in 2008. Working and grinding hard to make something from nothing, JME Sleezy met up with Tasco and the two instantly created a brotherly bond. The guys actually worked together for a short period of time before they realized that they both had a passion for music. JME Sleezy was inspired to follow his dream with the tragic loss of his late cousin in 1996. Growing up in Southeastern Oklahoma, Tasco was influenced by his father and gained his love of music from a very young age. Naturally, they came together to form the group, Dizobedient.
Eager to develop and create their sound, JME Sleezy & Tasco started working hard on their first project. They wanted to put out quality music, but there wasn’t a professional studio in the area at the time. The guys found a studio called Valley of the Kings in Carrollton, TX, and got to work. G101: Born To Ignite was finally released in 2010. The project contained multiple hits and Dizobedient quickly became the talk of the town. Coming off the buzz G101: Born To Ignite, the guys started recording song after song, and built up a catalog of over 50 songs. They even collaborated with other artists from their area on a few tracks, but nothing could beat the sound JME Sleezy and Tasco had created together. So the two forged on. Even when life gave them an off hand, they never let it deter them and always had the music to get them through everything.
The next few years, they took the time to really study the music industry. The age of streaming music was becoming more popular, and the guys knew they had to redirect their strategy. In 2014, Dizobedient started working on singles instead of whole projects and was able to start forming more of a buzz and internet presence. The first single, “OHH”, was released in 2015 and was an instant hit for the many fans Dizobedient had gotten over the years. Getting such a great response, they decided to record their first music video and released it shortly after the song’s release. Over the next year, they released a total of 10 singles as a group and even some solo tracks. Like many artists trying to get their music to the masses, mistakes were made and some lessons were learned in the cut throat world we know as the music industry. Never getting discouraged, Dizobedient decided it was time to work on a mixtape. They linked up with DJ Smallz to host the first mixtape, and OD G101: Heat Ignition was born. They used the hottest tracks out at the time, and the mixtape is still one of the top performing mixtapes DJ Smallz released at the time. They were able to showcase their talent on other beats, and now they were out to prove their greatness. Coming off the wave of their mixtape, the guys got to work on the next album. Wanting to make an impact with their music, Dizobedient strived to make music that would leave a lasting impression. After long nights and many studio sessions later, Nitty Gritty was released in 2018. Using the knowledge they gained over the years, the Got Heat team was able to market and push the album out more than before. “Get Money”, “Switch It Up”, and “Nitty Gritty” were just some of the top hits off the album. “Get Money” quickly became the fan favorite off the album, so the group gave the fans their next music video. Many songs off Nitty Gritty were playlisted on music streaming platforms and Dizobedient started to gain more and more fans worldwide. They also travelled to promote their music and perform shows across Oklahoma, Texas, and Arkansas.
Gaining more fans and creating a stronger buzz, Dizobedient got in the lab to follow up their hit album, Nitty Gritty. Except this time, they took the creative reigns and invested in their own music studio. The Got Heat team came together to create Dizobedient’s next masterpiece, Nitty Gritty 2. Set to release in July of 2020, Nitty Gritty 2 is anticipated to set the music game on fire. The group looks forward to giving the fans what they have been waiting so patiently for. Laced with timeless hits, Nitty Gritty 2 delivers a more in-depth look into the guy’s personal lives and other influences. Built with determination and drive, Dizobedient is bound to leave their mark on the world and pride themselves on creating their own lane along the way.
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