From: Florida,United States
Florida Razed is a white, urban rap duo hailing from Jacksonville, FL – one with a filthy Southern swag; the other with a lyrical singing hot snap. They are extremely popular throughout Florida and up into Georgia and South Carolina, and have managed to build a loyal following over the past year. They appeal to a mixed age group and demographic, and span all races and ethnicities.
26-year old front man and mastermind, Broc Chitty, a.k.a. B-RO-C, the driving force behind Florida Razed, is an explosion of talent coupled with natural instinct making him a captivating performer. Profoundly multi-talented, Broc functions as the graphic design artist, creating all of the artwork for their apparel, album art, posters and marketing materials; as a mix-master working on Pro-Tools creating their own sound; as a songwriter, whose raw lyrics tell the story; and as a tireless promoter, pounding the pavement to bring his music to the masses. B-ro-C brings mega doses of added value to this duo. Making up the equally important other half of this rap group is 20-year old Jonathan Hall, a.k.a JCa$h, who is responsible for that unique sound that has come to be recognized as Florida Razed.
They joined forces only 12 short months ago and already Florida Razed has two albums out, “New Money” which sold 700 copies, followed by “Tatted up Mix Tape” selling over 1,500 copies in just less than 90 days. Their two videos, “Florida Razed Anthem” and “Caller Out” have had countless hits on YouTube and MySpace, and their music has had over 55,000 Real Plays on MySpace alone. Their music can also be found on iTunes, datPiff.com and Rhapsody to name a few. Their music has been “rotated in” regularly on radio station 93.3 FM, The Beat, and is being touted as the “up-and-coming, hottest new rap duo” even being voted number 1 on the local scene. The Beat’s popular evening DJ, Easy- E, is in talks right now with Florida Razed to host a live remote broadcast from their next show.
Currently they host a Thursday Night Club at Christopher’s in Jacksonville, FL, a venue that was recently featured on the front page of the Florida Times Union Metro section, raving about the Florida Razed performance for Unity Fest. With all of the hype from 93.3FM, packing clubs with their typical 300 – 1,500 people per show, this will be considered a “quaint gathering’ compared to what is beginning to happen. Working on their third album, satirically called “Bleed Tha Rap Game For A Million”, it won’t be long before these Florida Razed boys will be doing just that!