He followed it up with two mixtapes; one with Visual (This Is Now) and one with Astonish and Decay (The Biz Vol. 1). Both mixtapes were praised as great pieces of work, which helped Scheme catapult himself further into the Hip Hop scene. In 2009, Scheme released The Manifesto EP which garnered a lot of praise from fans and critics. With an appearance from Jean Grae and production from the Sound Merchants, the EP reached the world and made an incredible impact on Scheme’s music career.
The video for the song "Chicano" aired on MTV Jams and has gained Scheme a lot of attention on an international level. Now, in the year 2010, Scheme has kept his momentum going by dropping yet another project; Same Rebel, New Cause (Mixtape) which was presented by Soul Assassins, Molemen, Ruby Hornet, and 2dopeboyz. He has also followed that release with; Same Rebel, New Cause (Deluxe Edition), which features new songs, and new collaborations with Mikkey Halsted, Emilio Rojas, Add-2, Astonish, and more. He's performed alongside; Lupe Fiasco (Atlantic Records), Crucial Conflict, Big KRIT (Def Jam), L.E.P., Vado (Diplomats), Vakill (Molemen Inc.), Cool Kids, Juice, RhymeFest, Naledge (Duck Down Records), Qwel (Galapagos 4), Glue (Fatbeats Records), DJ A-Trak (Kanye West DJ), Fat Lip (Pharcyde), Zion I, The Grouch, Mac Lethal (Rhymesayers Ent.), POS (Rhymesayers Ent.), Psalm One (Rhymesayers Ent.), MF Doom, and many more. Everything is finally falling into place for Scheme. Hard work and talent is undeniable.
Expect nothing less than greatness from this young artist. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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