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A whole new sound coming out of The Bay Area! Good People originated in San Francisco Bay Area consisting of artists Red Lotus and JuJu Mad Scientist These two artist had a vision to explore and combine different genres - Birthing "The Genre Experiment". Meshing Red's heavy Alternative, Melodic soul, & Hip Hop influence and Juju's Rap & Punk Rock influence they created there signature sound. Juju Mad Scientist was born in Berkeley, CA (Virgo) to a single mother. Juju grew up in Richmond, CA and spent most of his adulthood in Contra Costa County. Red Lotus was born in San Fransisco, CA to a single mother only 14 years of age at the time. Red Lotus grew up in many cities, including but not limited to: Vallejo, Los Angeles, Hollywood, San Diego, Washington State, Texas, etc. "Good People is not just a music group - it’s a family, a way of life, an understanding. Being Good People is about embracing individuals at their lowest and empowering people to be their highest self. Always showing compassion, even when undeserving, and to never be afraid to show your true self. Emotions are not a weakness they are a way to connect as a people. Human kindness is sexy
The 24-year-old San Francisco native Danny Ali is primed for liftoff in 2021. His sound is extremely versatile; on one track he’ll display his moody, hard-hitting atmosphere and his laid back demeanor like on SAMURAI. On the next, he’ll have an energetic, upbeat vibe like with SWITCH UP. In 2014, Danny left home for college, attending the University of Hawaii. It was there where Danny began producing and writing records for himself, as well as a few friends, while completing his Bachelor's degree in Marketing. After graduating in 2018, he decided to begin releasing some of the music he had recorded while in college. His first official single, "Dennis Quaid", was released in 2018 and garnered more attention to the young artist than he had anticipated. Later that year, Ali would go on to release the first project of his mixtape trilogy, “Cult.18”. With the momentum from 2018 behind him, Danny headed into 2019 with high expectations. After an interview and subsequent feature in his hometown newspaper, Ali was given the opportunity to perform at SXSW in Austin. His highly anticipated sophomore mixtape, "CYAN", was released in April of that year to high praise. After a year full of performances and appearances, Danny capped the year off with his EP "APOLLO"; a project that included the club banger "Switch Up" featuring fellow Bay Area artist Derek King.