T.O.N.E partners The Hip Hop Caucus win their first VMA award with the help of Taboo from the international group "The Black Eye Peas.
Taboo collaborated with Native American Musicians from across the country. Including, Emcee One, Drezus, PJ Vegas, Spencer Battiest, Doc Battiest, MC My Verse, and Supaman. Supaman has performed here in Yakima, The Yakama Nation, and surrounding areas. Taboo himself is half Native American (Shoshone) and Hispanic. And is also a cancer survivor.
T.O.N.E takes on the wondering city of Los Angeles for the star studded VMA's event. While site seeing he got a chance to visit the famous Grammy Museum compliments of the Recording Academy. Enough inspiration for the young artist. Hope to see him on that stage soon.
T.O.N.E links up with producer "Cash Flow Beats" to deliver one of his hottest tracks yet. Hallelujah releases on all digital platforms, his first single to be available on iTunes, Spotify and Tidal. Building the excitement to whats to come the rising artist.
T.O.N.E is making his way to the Grammys. By joining the elite of the elite. T.O.N.E dreams of winning his first might be closer than we think.
More about the DC Grammy Chapter
Emile Berliner invented the first gramophone in our nation’s capital and paved the way for the recorded music industry and the GRAMMY Awards. The Washington, D.C. Chapter of The Recording Academy engages the wide ranging music communities in Maryland, Virginia and the Washington, D.C. metropolitan area. Working with varied genres including rock, Latin, hip hop, R&B, go-go, folk, classical and jazz, the D.C. Chapter is a vital connection and touchstone for music makers throughout the Mid-Atlantic region.
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