Artist: Illegal Immigrants
Members: Asuzu (he Zulu), and Prince Doggy Dawg
Hometown: Nigeria, Ghana, and U.S.A.
Record Label: Ill-Legal Immigrants Production
The “Ill-Legal Immigrants” is a music group with two artists: Asuzu and Prince Doggy Dawg.
The “Ill-Legal Immigrants” was created as a band and production company in 2005. Its a music production company owned by two artists: Prince and Asuzu. .
The “Ill-Legal Immigrants” is a music group with two artists: Asuzu and Prince Doggy Dawg. They both begun the group inGreenbelt, Maryland, 2005. The two artists also begun a music production company known as “The Ill-Legal Immigrants Production.“ They create music together but under the company, Prince handles the business and networking aspect while Asuzu handles production. .
Asouzu Nwagwu (born April 15th, 1986) artistically recognized as Asuzu “the Zulu,” is a contemporary hip hop Emcee with an ingenious imagination. Influenced by Eminem and driven by 2Pac, Jadakiss, Lupe Fiasco, Mos Def, Talib Kwali, Common, Fabolous, and Ludacris he depicts his reality lyrically. Asuzu is an African native born in Imo State, Nigeria. He came to the United States with his family in 1996. He is a sibling within four brothers raised by a single mom. .
Prince Ohene-Ntow, now recognized by his stage names, “Prince Doggy Dawg” and “Blackstar” is a self titled Hip-Life/Hip-Hop business phenomenon. His musical icon is Snoop Doggy Dowg hence the name “Prince Doggy Dawg” and the Ghanaian flag has a black star in the center of it which explains why he also goes by the name “Blackstar.” He was born inAccra, Ghana, on October 19th, 1985. He is one of three kids. He and his sister are the offspring of Nana Akwesi Asa Mensa, a famous producer of the Agiecoat Production. Nana produced Ghana marvels such as: Buk Bak, Kontihene, and 4x4. .
The Ill-Legal Immigrants released hot singles like, “We Don’ Come,” “Takeover,” and “Ema Jo (featuring Hard-X).” They released their first video “We Don‘ Come” in December, 2010. The video was shot by Wale “Smoothy” O. of “47Africa” with assistance from Kelio Danklou of “Zigidi Production.” The video was directed and edited by Wale “Smoothy” O. and John Ukandu of “Champions Studios.” .
Asuzu released his mixtape, “Born to Be a Star!” November 2010. Prince Doggy Dawg is currently working on his mixtape, “I Am Prince Doggy Dawg.” The Ill-Legal Immigrants are working on their first mixtape together called “Ill-Legal Immigrants and Friends.“ On the mixtape they collaborated with artists from all around the world. The Ill-Legal Immigrants album is set to be released summer 2011. They are expected to be performing at several venues in Ghana in December 2011. .
Fest Africa 2010 (Baltimore, MD) featuring 2Face Idibia
University of Maryland (College Park) featuring Reggae icon Serani
University of Maryland Baltimore County (Baltimore MD)
DMV Next To Blow Concert 2010 at Club 24 (Washington DC)
New Church Hall (Philadelphia, PA)
Winners of the “EJ Landings Music Competition 2009” (EJ Landings, College Park, MD)
Tabeer Hll (Langley Pak, MD)
Mirage Hall (Langley Park, MD)
Boulevard Des Stars Night Club (Harlem, NY)
Coat of Arms (Bethesda Maryland)
Bloomfield College (New Jersey)
Maryland Day (UMCP, Maryland)
Mother Africa and Her Talents (Washington DC)
Shadow room(washington D.C.)
Current Location: Marland, U.S.A.
General Manager: Meletech Afrobel
Press Contact: Ill-LegalImmigrants@live.com:
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