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Radiating personality in every aspect of the game, Soosh*e! is one of Northern California's premiere hip hop personalities. An accomplished emcee, producer, podcaster, percussionist and radio host, Soosh*e! brings a distinct voice and style to the music and entertainment business. 

Soosh*e!'s passion and talent for his creative endeavors is undeniable. He has developed his musical ear from years of serving on the line of the Sacramento Mandarins and the Sacramento Kings Corps, two of the region's most esteemed drum corps. Parlaying those skills into hip hop, he released two projects as an emcee and producer to internet and critical acclaim. His releases, “First and Foremost” and “Big Brother John”, garnered him a fanbase regionally with recognition from the Sacramento News & Review and Submerge Magazine, and globally with features in MOOVMNT and HypeM. His lyrical versatility has earned him bills with hip hop luminaries including Talib Kweli, Schoolboy Q, Ab-Soul, IAMSU!, Problem and Dom Kennedy, and he was featured in the lineup that set one of the highest attendance record at Sacramento’s Concerts In the Park.

Heard every weekday evening, Soosh*e!’s Served Fresh Show anchors one of the region's most iconic and revered media brands. Embracing the DJs traditional role of breaking new records, he developed the NEWATNINEBOYZ segment to showcase upcoming artists. His ear for talent made him a natural fit with Young California, an exclusive collective of West Coast DJs and personalities and locally with Hella Good Company, a Sacramento collective that produces events with a focus on progressive music and culture. As an event producer, he’s been showcasing artists in Sacramento’s annual Transition Showcase for the past 7 years. Both onstage and behind the scenes, Soosh*e! remains a key figure in Sacramento’s nightlife and events scene.

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