UFO FEV SIGNS TO ROC NATION…

In the Spring, the Puerto Rican rapper released a seven-track project titled, “Camouflage.” Backpack Beatz, a production maestro from Tallahassee, Florida, made the tracks. Soon after, UFO FEV released a joint project with Dunbar called, “The Birds and the Bees” EP. 
 
He has been featured on VIBE’s website, chatted with the legendary DJ Enuff on SiriusXM, appeared on DJ Enuff’s “Hot Box” segment in February, and the music playlist, etc. UFO FEV was added to Pigeons & Planes’ year end staff list twice under ‘Songs’ and ‘New Artists’ by Jonathan Fouabi. He has also been coverage by Hot 97 and 2DopeBoyz in the past.
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UFO FEV
Camouflage EP
High Enterprise Records LLC/Brewery Recording
03/24/17
1. Intro
2. It Matters, Pts. 1 & 2
3. Mister Nice Guy
4. Idle Time (Money II Be Made)
5. ZZZZ
6. New Ernst (featuring Bunchy Cartier)
7. Maybe (featuring Zandra Kaye)
 
Twitter usernames:
@ufofev
*MP3 or other audio files available upon request.
About UFO FEV:
Anthony Ortiz, better known by his rap name UFO FEV, is an upcoming refreshing artist born in East Harlem, New York City. Growing up in Thomas Jefferson Houses; Fev was inspired by his favourite rappers like Big Pun, Jay-Z and Beanie Siegel but his flow is still raw, original and captivating.   
 
UFO FEV was surrounded by a household that was diverse on music; listening to hip-hop, latin, and freestyle. But the major influence in his life was his father, Tony from the internationally-known group TKA. One of his most memorable moments with his father was at WKTU’s Beatstock, TKA performed for a crowd of 55,000 at Giants Stadium. The wow factor was incredible for FEV and his sister, Brook Penning, UFO FEV was inspired. But growing up FEV was afraid to show his father his talents. When he was in the 11th grade his increasing buzz was all over the streets of East Harlem. Eventually catching his father’s attention, he was impressed by his son.   
 
The name FEV was given to him by Black Rob, another well-known rapper. His exact words were, 
“You’re hot like a fever,” hence the name FEV which stuck in the streets. UFO FEV’s distinct flow, clever self-written lyrics, Spanish background and obvious passion set him apart from any other rapper stemming from Harlem. His songs are based on stories and topics of everyday life from the good to the bad to the ugly; Goals, death, stress, happiness, dreams, love are just a few.
Press:
For all UFO FEV press inquiries, please contact Richardine Bartee at GrungeCake – richardine@grungecake.com or richardinebartee@icloud.com
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Richardine Bartee
GRUNGECAKE
New York City

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