Los Angeles hip hop group The REJ3CTZ achieved undeniable mainstream success as an independent act and were highlighted by MTV News, LA Times, BET and more as leaders in the “New West” movement that has continued to explode and put Los Angeles back on the map with a fresh sound. Their party music originated from the “function” scene in Los Angeles, hence their debut mixtape “theFUNKtion” which spawned the hits “Rej3ct Stomp,” “I’m Fitted” and “Cat Daddy.”
The REJ3CTZ made their TV debut on the BET 106 & Park 10th Anniversary Special with Chris Brown, teaching the Cat Daddy which went on to become a hit song selling over 600k singles independently and reaching the Billboard Hot 100. The video featured Chris Brown and has garnered over 100M views online. The REJ3CTZ dynamic live stage show landed them performances on BET, MTV, TheMonique Show, ESPN2, KTLA, private events for Diddy, Madonna and more. Their last project the “CR33ZTAPE” featured the next generation of the West from YG to DJ Mustard to TY Dolla Sign to IAMSU! and League of Starz, the blessing of the veterans like Too Short, Kurupt and D.P.G. as well as introduced hip hop/EDM collaborations with Carnage and RiFF RaFF.
Recently, the REJ3CTZ have evolved their hip hop party sound as they bridge the gap between Hip Hop, Trap and EDM mashups with several collaborations on Diplo’s label Mad Decent, including Dillon Francis’ “All That” also featuring Twista off the album “Money Sucks Friends Rule” (Mad Decent/Columbia), TWRK’s “Spring Break” with Dougie F off their debut EP, and more. They have performed at numerous festivals including Mad Decent Block Parties, the 4/20 Festival in Denver, South by Southwest, Hard Fest, tour dates with Dillon Francis, and more.
Up next THE REJ3CTZ prep to release their next project called “Homeless Billionaires” in Spring 2016.