Zulu P is a hip hop collective hailing from all corners of NYC including the South Bronx, Harlem, and Red Hook, Brooklyn. Comprised of T-Rock, Sweetness Andreina, and Lil E.B., they began working on their eclectic and lively sound out of day center AHRC in SoHo. They have been hailed by various media outlets as "truly an innovative hip hop project" and a group that "ALWAYS are doing themselves in straight rare original form!". They have performed extensively throughout the five boroughs, at notable venues such as the Queens Museum, Wythe Hotel, Issue Project Room, Ace Hotel, the Select Art Fair, the Silent Barn, and several others. They are currently working on their new record to be released in 2018.
Marley G is an emcee hailing from Red Hook, Brooklyn. He currently works as a solo artist, but is a founding member of rap clique Zulu P. His debut solo mixtape, entitled "The Verseless Mixtape", was premiered as a collaboration between RNYC and Club Maté USA in February 2015. Marley G recorded "Verseless" in a single, seamless take with the Representing NYC team at Ridgewood, Queens-based music and community venue Trans-Pecos. The album features original beats off of the Dutty Artz label's unique roster of producers and DJs.
The Fly Girlz, out of Brownsville, Brooklyn, are the first act to be born out of Representing NYC. RNYC founder Sam Hillmer put the group together at PS 284. The Fly Girlz, who are 6 girls, Tamera (aka Angel), Tyshana (aka Pinky), Vernice (aka Lady Millz), Sharmaine (aka Rose), Ameena (aka Sophia), and Ashli (aka Princess), ages 12 to 14, played their record release at the New Museum on the Bowery on March 13, 2009. The release is entitled “Da Bratz From Da Ville", and features productions from Zebrablood (Nathan Corbin) from Brooklyn-based Electronic/Noise group Excepter.