Mr. Sche - ( Marc Eastwood ), who also uses the alias Big Sche Eastwood, is an American southern rapper & producer whose music is a blend of street & ghetto anthems and afro-centric political consciousness. His career officially started in the early 2000's with albums "Let's Get Wild", "Lay It Down", "Lowlife Or None" & "Showdown" alongside southern lyricists such as Al Kapone, 8 Ball, K-Rino and T-Rock. Currently, he has 5 independent albums and 4 major albums out, which are: 'Vendetta " (2008) 'I Am Legend' (2009) 'Street Credit' (2009), and 'Street Credit 2' (2010) that left a major mark in both undeground and maintstream genres.
Mr.Sche has a very large independent CD catalog full of solos and artists that he has produced & featured ( Trae, Gangsta Blac, Lil Jon, Lil Flip, Trey Songz, Project Pat, etc ) since his career first started in 1996. They can all be viewed and purchased from his official site - www.mrsche.net
Mr.Sche is also formerly of Suave House Records, where he was an artist and producer for many of the 8 BALL albums before the mighty empire of Tony Draper fell. Mr.Sche didnt stop there and continued to gain more success through the years and he produced for many mainstream artists for Atlantic Records, and underground artists world wide.
Mr. Sche is the lead member in the underground super group " Immortal Lowlife " which originated in 1996 in Memphis, Tennessee.
Mr.Sche is also a talented writer and director, and has worked with leading directors such as John Singelton and Craig Brewer on movies such as Hustle & Flow and $5 Cover. Both films shot scenes from Mr.Sche's very own personal studio in Memphis. Besides that, he often shoots and edits his own music videos.
TomSkeeMask - As the leading figure in DJ Squeeky's Mo Cheda camp, Tom Skeemask spent years as a legend in the Memphis, TN, rap scene before extending his reach to a national audience. His first big release, 2 Wild for the World, became a modest success in the South without the help of airplay, and in 2001, Skeemask returned with a follow-up album, You Can't Hold Me Back, both of which featured production by Squeeky