The East Coast's resident wild girl and power pop punk vocalist Hope Vista knows exactly how to spark a flame in listeners around the world. Bringing forth a splash of sass and playing a Fender Strat, Vista (also known as, HV) is steadily taking the music industry by storm on an uphill trajectory.

There Vista continuously proves that tenacity is the key to becoming a game-changing force to be reckoned with. At the tender age of 22, this story is just beginning. Her brand new iTunes-charting EP, "PREVAIL," completed at ZK Productions (All Time Low, Cartel, Against The Current, Mayday Parade) is a 5-song powerhouse, complete with both pulsing guitar solos and addictive pop hooks. Simply put, HV is nowhere near being finished; nobody can tell her story better than her. You're in for a wild ride. 


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T.O.N.E.-z is an American musician, rapper, and actor most known for his Emmy nomination for the theme song to FX Network's drama series Justified , produced by Gangstagrass, in the original main title theme music in 2010. The aforementioned theme song "Long Hard Times To Come," has gained 1.5 million views on YouTube. 

T.O.N.E.-z previously used the alias Style and signed with Select Records, whose acts included the likes of Chubb Rock, Kid N'Play and M.O.P. His first release was entitled "In Tone We trust," additionally releasing two singles, "The Assasinator" and "What A Brother Know." After splitting with the record company, he dropped the Style moniker and official took the name T.O.N.E before morphing into T.O.N.E.-z. 

Crossing over into acting, the rapper had a recurring character in season 4 of Justified , portraying a henchman named Barnes for villain Limehouse, played by veteran actor Mykelti Williamson. T.O.N.E.-z's September 2014 feature length album would feature a collaboration with Justified season 5 actress Alicia Witt called "My Baby Girl," a real life account of T.O.N.E.-z and then-girlfriend's miscarriage.  

Along with Gangstagrass, T.O.N.E.-z has accumulated roughly 332,500 in combined single sales as well as 64,000 in combined album and EP sales. They have gone on to have music featured on the biggest networks from MTV (Buckwild) to Fox (Bones) to The History Channel (trailer of Appalachian Outlaws) and UFC on FOX. 

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