Downingtown, PA (TMARQUISE ENTERTAINMENT, LLC) - From working with superstar producers (Dame Grease, Hellz Yeah (DJ Premier)), to performing on one of the biggest college tours (OutWork Me Tour – 30 colleges, 3 states) 9/1-9/15 and now performing for the kick-off party July 29th for the reality TV show, Hip-Hop Grandma in Hollywood, Mystik is Hip Hop's next Icon.
Mystik recently received clothing endorsement from new fashion label Get Money Girl. They are providing clothes for her to wear on tour and doing shows.
Get Money Girl, is the premiere urban women's apparel, its sexy yet sophisticated look, defines the young vibrant edgy female illuminating first class style. The clothes are tailored to fit an active but well posed, self-directed, savvy women lifestyle," she said. Get Money Girl by Shanny Herrera, which features comfortable tailored pieces exuding both femininity and confidence, looks great with the diamond studded money logo. The military influenced pieces, represents the soul of the streets, creating that power and respect.
Mystik's music has been heard worldwide on various different radio stations across the NET. She released her cd 'Unknown Celebrity' winter of 2006. Unknown Celebrity featured MC Lyte, DJ Doc B & DJ FLOW (Power 99), and Mossburg of the INC to Dave Park of Sony Music among the guest who blessed the cd.
Mystic has opened for Slim Thug in Houston; filmed 5 episodes of the reality show 'The White Rapper Show' for VH-1 w/MC Serch (formerly of 3rd Bass), Prince Paul and Jim Jones (DipSet) all participating.
Her newest project, being part of the power group, Bonnie N Clyde. This power group consisting of Pa's own Mystik and Texas' Stainless was brought together by a Def Jam South executive. Together they form a mix of southern hip-hop with an east coast twist. With one album entitled "Married 2 Da Game" and the first single featuring Young Jeezy (Def Jam), there's no doubt this group will continue to make history.
Armed with the audacity of a gangster, the flow of a veteran, and the style to make even the most skeptical take a second look, she is definitely turning heads for all the right reasons. Raised in the streets of Coatesville, PA, a city of the greater Philadelphia area, she was of course no stranger to the crime wave. As an early teen she refused to run the scene with the local kids, and looked to music as an outlet in her troubling life. Mystik discovered hip-hop for the first time at the age 16 then, she couldn't comprehend the power it had over her. Armed with a tape deck and a small microphone, she started perfecting her craft over the radio and tapes her friends would bring over. Four years later, Mystik is now a respected member of the female mc community and the rap game in general. Blazing mix tapes, rocking shows and representing for all females, large and small.
They say it's a man's world, but it's definitely under Mystik's supervision.