Streetlight Sounds Founder & CEO J. Crum is an award-winning rapper, producer, and graphic artist based out of Omaha, Nebraska. Originally hailing from Detroit, the record-setting 15x OEAA-award nominee (Omaha’s most prestigious musical achievement) is a modern day renaissance man, blending his myriad artistic skills with social media savvy and sharp business acumen to great success; his music has been heard and showcased extensively, racking up over a million streams worldwide and earning him a performance slot at the prestigious A3C music festival. Crum’s music has been featured on some of the biggest independent music blogs in the world, including Elevator, Rapzilla, CCM Magazine, and New Release Today. His songs have been featured by well-known organizations like the Seattle Seahawks and the University of Michigan, and in 2020, he was named to the highly regarded Rapzilla Freshman List.
J. Crum has won numerous awards for his music, including the 2018 OEAA Award for Best Hip Hop Artist, Rapzilla’s Best New Artist of 2021, and the Trackstarz 2021 Next Up List; he also produced the Hawaiian Grammy (Nā Hōkū Hanohano) Award winning album “Kuleana” for fellow Streetlight Sounds artist Thomas Iannucci. Under his steady leadership, the budding mogul is steering the Streetlight Sounds collective to greater and greater heights. But despite his talents and successes, J. Crum does not hide behind a facade of perfection; instead, delivered via hard, punchline-heavy bars and smoothly crooned hooks, he presents a raw, real, and relatable version of himself in his music, one that speaks to listeners of every walk of life. As noted by Dead End Hip Hop, “you need to pay attention to WHAT he’s saying. [With J. Crum] there is no sugar coating...only true honesty.”
Thomas Iannucci is a 2x Hawaiian Grammy (Nā Hōkū Hanohano) award-winning hip hop artist of Italian and Filipino ancestry from Kaua’i, Hawaii. Iannucci has been the recipient of several notable awards, including the Nā Hōkū Hanohano Awards for Best Hip Hop Album in 2018 and 2020, and the Best Hip Hop Song (Finalist) in the 2016 National John Lennon Songwriting Contest; he also won the popular vote portion of Rapzilla.com’s prestigious Freshman List, wherein he was named one of the top rapper prospects in the country. His music has been featured in some of the biggest indie music blogs and magazines in the world, including Paper Magazine, EarMilk, Rapzilla.com and more; Iannucci and his music have also been the subject of articles by well-regarded Hawaiian news outlets such as KHON2 News, Hawaii News Now, and Ka Leo, the University of Hawaii’s college newspaper. He has collaborated with many prestigious artists and producers, including Grammy-winning producer Alex Hitchens (formerly Big Juice), Grammy-nominated producers Spechouse and Imua Garza, Sonny Sandoval (lead singer of Grammy-nominated, multi platinum selling band POD), and Grammy-winning songwriter and producer Michael Ruff. Iannucci is also an outspoken advocate for social issues within Hawaii, and was named by KHON2 (Hawaii’s premiere news station) as part of the next generation of rappers pushing the limits of Hawaii Hip Hop.
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