Myazwe has had experience opening for Tyga, YG, Tory Lanez, A Boogie wit da Hoodie, Young M.A., and Ace Hood. He has performed at the A3C Music Festival (2018) in Atlanta, Georgia and the New Skool Rules Music Festival (2018) in Rotterdam, Netherlands. In 2019, he collaborated with 3x Grammy nominee, Allan Kingdom, on the track “No Time” from “Things I Never Said” album. Myazwe made the setlist for the University of Manitoba’s annual Frosh Fest where he performed in front of an audience of 5000+. Myazwe was ranked #2 in Yahoo Finance's “Top 10 Artist to Follow in 2020”. He was also featured in iHeartRadio’s Most Fascinating Manitobans” in 2019.
In October 2019, when Postwar approached LinkUp Connect with his music, it was clear to all involved that there was something special about to hit the scene. In January 2020, after partnering with LinkUp Connect’s management team, Postwar released an underground single, “I’m Not Okay”. This hit single has been added to over 20 Spotify playlists and has been accumulating 1000+ streams daily since its release in January 2020. Postwar has collaborated with the likes of: ITSOKTOCRY, smrtdeath, shea, Uthoria, and Myazwe. In the four years Postwar has existed, he has performed over 100 shows and gone on a solo North American tour.
The first single King Mookz dropped was entitled “Razorblade” (prod. by incepshun). Myazwe (LinkUp artist and longtime friend of King Mookz) heard the track before it was released, loved it, and encouraged him to drop it. He proceeded to drop “Talk My Shit”, which was written, recorded, and produced in a day, as a reaction to a messy break up. King Mookz coped with the discovery of an unfaithful ex by expressing how he felt in the moment with an honest and unfiltered freestyle.
Hailing from West London, UK, 7RIX (pronounced “trix”) brings forth a sophisticated approach to hiphop with his clever lyricism and infectious melodies. The brilliant rapper/singer/songwriter fell in love with music at the tender age of 6.
When 7RIX began writing his own music he focused on perfecting complex rhyming patterns, not only with the last words, but also the syllables throughout a sentence.
While mastering his talent for rhyming, 7RIX developed a keen ear for melodies. 7RIX describes his style as “trap myrical”; lyricism laced with melodies on bouncy trap beats.