The Company

Street Execs Management is a boutique artist management and marketing firm whose clients include Grammy nominated artist 2 Chainz, Travis Porter, Young Dolph, CAP 1, and DJ E Sudd. Founded by partners Allen Parks, Charlie Jabaley, Coach Tek, and David Leeks, the firm has an emphatic loyalty and dedication to assuring their clients succeed on all fronts. With this goal in mind, the company can handle nearly every facet of a client's project in-house. Services provided to clients include, but are not limited to, artist development, music production, creative direction, internet marketing, street promotions, tour management, and video/film production.

Fueled by it's motto of loyalty and longevity, the Street Execs team has over 40 years combined experience in the music business. The team approaches each project with a spirit of creativity, coupled with astute professional judgement. The multi-dimensional efforts of the Street Execs team will continue to permeate the industry and position talent uniquely above the rest.

What We Offer Our Clients

ARTIST DEVELOPMENT | MUSIC PRODUCTION | CREATIVE DIRECTION | INTERNET MARKETING | STREET PROMOTION | TOUR MANAGEMENT | VIDEO / FILM PRODUCTION | BUSINESS MANAGEMENT

The Artists

2 Chainz

Tauheed Epps(born September 12, 1977), better known by his stage name 2 Chainz (formerly Tity Boi), is an American hip hop recording artist from College Park, Georgia. He was first known for being one-half of the southern hip hop duo Playaz Circle, alongside his longtime friend and fellow rapper, Earl "Dolla Boy" Conyers. They are perhaps best known for being signed to Ludacris' Disturbing tha Peace label, as well as their debut single "Duffle Bag Boy".

In February 2012, Epps signed a solo record deal with Def Jam Records, an imprint of Universal Music Group. The following August, he released his debut studio album Based on a T.R.U. Story, to mixed reviews. The album spawned three successful singles: "No Lie", "Birthday Song", and "I'm Different"; all of which charted in the top 50 of the Billboard Hot 100 and were all certified Gold or higher by the RIAA, along with the album being certified Gold. His second studio album B.O.A.T.S. II: Me Time was released on September 11, 2013. It was supported by the singles "Feds Watching", "Where U Been?" and "Used 2".

Cap 1

Best known for his immaculate freestyle skills, Cap 1 has quickly garnered respect as both a writer and performer. The Chicago native created a stir in the music scene crafting hits for other artists, such as Yung Berg's "Sexy Can I." His undeniable talent and determination caught the attention of recording artist 2 Chainz, who made Cap the first signee on his label, The Real University. With an increasing buzz, not only from features such as his verse on 2 Chainz' single "Where U Been," but also his own singles, such as "Reckless" and "Gang Bang", Cap 1 is an artist on the rise to keep a close eye on.

Short Dawg

Short Dawg, whose real name is Supreme Williams, has been a member of Young Money since 2009 after developing a close friendship with Lil Wayne. Originating from Houston, Texas, he became a rapper and ghost-writer for artists including Cash Money label-mate Bow Wow. He became mostly known for appearing on Weezy's "Me & My Drank" record.

Short has also dropped several mixtapes such as the Southern Flame Spitta series, the latest release being Volume 4. Also known by the nickname Elvis Freshley, he has made it no secret that he is a devoted syrup sipper by mentioning it in the majority of his tracks and even naming his latest mixtape The Adventures Of Drankenstein. Short Dawg is currently working on his debut album and an EP titled Fresh.

Skooly

Skooly aka Skateboard Skooly (born Kazarion Fowler) and RKaelub aka HundredKae (born Kaelub Denson), began their music career together when they first met in school playing basketball. They were named "Rich Kids" at that time and were signed to Grand Hustle Records by T.I. In 2009, they recorded the track "My Partna Dem," which became a popular song for them. Rich Kidz have released several mixtapes since they formed. On Everybody Eat Bread, Waka Flocka Flame appeared on the track "My Life."

Rich Kidz debut EP for Columbia Records, titled Yars, was released to all digital retailers on August 25, 2014; Skooly's debut solo mixtape, The Black Jon Gotti, has yet to be scheduled. RKaelub is also working on his debut solo mixtape and that has yet to be scheduled. A full length album, RK4L with Sayy, MajorFlav aka Bigman, Yayo, Youngn, and Sapp, is planned. RK Drey, RK Kap, and RK Scrap are also affiliated with RK4L.

Travis Porter

Travis Porter is an American hip hop group from Decatur, Georgia. Ali and Quez are step brothers; the two met Strap while attending the same middle school. The three grew up together and in 2006 began exploring music. The group's biggest hits are "Aww Yea", "Go Shorty Go", "Bananas", "Ayy Ladies", "Bring It Back" and "Make It Rain" produced by F-K-I. Travis Porter released a biographical film titled Proud to be a Problem on May 18, 2010. Travis Porter has a YouTube channel with over 130 million views and a Twitter page. In November 2010 the trio signed with Jive Records.

Young Dolph

Adolph Thornton Jr. also known as Young Dolph is one of the hottest new artist emerging out of the southern hip-hop scene. Born in Chicago, IL Dolph relocated to Memphis, TN where he spent his youth on the south side of town in the Castalia community. Dolph started his independent label Paper Route Empire with friend and business partner Daddio in 2008 releasing his first mix-tape "Paper Route Campaign". In his music Dolph raps of a harsh upbringing that resulted in him partaking in criminal activities to handle the responsibilities of providing for his family. While he is sure to express the negative consequences of the street life Dolph also illuminates the track with his high regard for a lavish lifestyle filled with fun in fast cars, high end designer gear, and a passionate affection for the finest marijuana in the world. In April of 2012, Dolph released his 5th mix-tape titled "A Time 2 Kill" which featured appearances from artist such as Juicy J, Gucci Mane, & Don Trip. The streets embraced the release greatly creating an even stronger buzz that resulted in a surge of shows through out the South and Midwest. Now with the industry's eye on him and the streets talking everybody's waiting for his highly anticipated upcoming release "Blue Magic" to drop. As the title suggest Dolph insures that his latest piece of work will be the best product in the streets.