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FLEX KARTEL
Parker City, United States

Flex Kartel, also known as, Derrell Able, is an upcoming DMV artist; from Hyattsville, MD, finding his talent and strong passion for music at a very young age. His ambitious persona has given him the ability to write numerous hip-hop, R&B and rap songs, in addition, he is not afraid to "over step his boundaries," and take risk with pop music as well. Flex is no stranger to a diverse fan base. Flex’s dynamic style allows him to cater to all populations of people. Thus making him, heavily versatile. Performing at major venues, with crowds ranging from 50-10,000, Flex is not new on the scene, and has been thoroughly groomed by entertaining his own peers at colleges like University of Maryland College Park, Towson University, University of Maryland Eastern Shore, South Carolina State to name a few. Flex also performed at Broccoli City & Trillectro Festivals in 2013 (with Phil Ade), as well as various clubs in the Maryland, Virginia, and D.C area. 
 Additionally, with appearances on VIBE Magazine, Complex Magazine, 106 & Park w/ Phil Ade, SOB's, The Howard Theater, The LBCC Unity Festival, and The Fillmore, he has made his mark at many featured and well respected venues, shows, and media print.


As an independent artist with local buzz, his social media following has risen to nearly 30k. He strives to connect with his audience of fans, supporters and peers, enjoying writing music that will put his city on its frontier. Flex's slogan simply yet perfectly describes his motivation behind his craft, “I don’t just hustle for myself, I hustle for others.” On February 19th, 2015 Flex Kartel released his Latest project "Just For You", a project that Flex has made to do just as the title says and be for anyone that listens to the project. From the heaviest of bass to the mellowest of melodies the project has the versatile ability to captivate a fan of any genre. Just For You answers numerous of questions ask by critics of his previous mixtape "20FK" released October 2013, questions like "Where is his place in this industry?" as well as "Can the public take him seriously?" Well that question is answered with the statistics of the mixtape, with over 20,000 views/ 2,000 Downloads in the first week this mixtape. This project is one you should defiantly take seriously. Flex Kartel is, at the moment, establishing his sound. And cementing a firm placement as to where he will stand in the industry.... In the end, all questions will with a doubt be answered as Flex displays his progression in music production, lyricism and artistry. Flex Kartel is at the helm of the newest generation of all-stars coming from out of the tri-state area. He is a founding member in the impending explosion of DMVs catapult and rapid rise to the top of the nation's most elite musical cities. With his music, the soundtrack of the DC uprising! Social Media (Instagram/Twitter/Vine): @flexkartel Facebook: www.facebook.com/flexkartelDMV

FLEX KARTEL
Parker City, United States

Flex Kartel, also known as, Derrell Able, is an upcoming DMV artist; from Hyattsville, MD, finding his talent and strong passion for music at a very young age. His ambitious persona has given him the ability to write numerous hip-hop, R&B and rap songs, in addition, he is not afraid to "over step his boundaries," and take risk with pop music as well. Flex is no stranger to a diverse fan base. Flex’s dynamic style allows him to cater to all populations of people. Thus making him, heavily versatile. Performing at major venues, with crowds ranging from 50-10,000, Flex is not new on the scene, and has been thoroughly groomed by entertaining his own peers at colleges like University of Maryland College Park, Towson University, University of Maryland Eastern Shore, South Carolina State to name a few. Flex also performed at Broccoli City & Trillectro Festivals in 2013 (with Phil Ade), as well as various clubs in the Maryland, Virginia, and D.C area. 
 Additionally, with appearances on VIBE Magazine, Complex Magazine, 106 & Park w/ Phil Ade, SOB's, The Howard Theater, The LBCC Unity Festival, and The Fillmore, he has made his mark at many featured and well respected venues, shows, and media print.


As an independent artist with local buzz, his social media following has risen to nearly 30k. He strives to connect with his audience of fans, supporters and peers, enjoying writing music that will put his city on its frontier. Flex's slogan simply yet perfectly describes his motivation behind his craft, “I don’t just hustle for myself, I hustle for others.” On February 19th, 2015 Flex Kartel released his Latest project "Just For You", a project that Flex has made to do just as the title says and be for anyone that listens to the project. From the heaviest of bass to the mellowest of melodies the project has the versatile ability to captivate a fan of any genre. Just For You answers numerous of questions ask by critics of his previous mixtape "20FK" released October 2013, questions like "Where is his place in this industry?" as well as "Can the public take him seriously?" Well that question is answered with the statistics of the mixtape, with over 20,000 views/ 2,000 Downloads in the first week this mixtape. This project is one you should defiantly take seriously. Flex Kartel is, at the moment, establishing his sound. And cementing a firm placement as to where he will stand in the industry.... In the end, all questions will with a doubt be answered as Flex displays his progression in music production, lyricism and artistry. Flex Kartel is at the helm of the newest generation of all-stars coming from out of the tri-state area. He is a founding member in the impending explosion of DMVs catapult and rapid rise to the top of the nation's most elite musical cities. With his music, the soundtrack of the DC uprising! Social Media (Instagram/Twitter/Vine): @flexkartel Facebook: www.facebook.com/flexkartelDMV

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Flex Kartel, also known as, Derrell Able, is an upcoming DMV artist; from Hyattsville, MD, finding his talent and strong passion for music at a very young age. His ambitious persona has given him the ability to write numerous hip-hop, R&B and rap songs, in addition, he is not afraid to "over step his boundaries," and take risk with pop music as well. Flex is no stranger to a diverse fan base. Flex’s dynamic style allows him to cater to all populations of people. Thus making him, heavily versatile. Performing at major venues, with crowds ranging from 50-10,000, Flex is not new on the scene, and has been thoroughly groomed by entertaining his own peers at colleges like University of Maryland College Park, Towson University, University of Maryland Eastern Shore, South Carolina State to name a few. Flex also performed at Broccoli City & Trillectro Festivals in 2013 (with Phil Ade), as well as various clubs in the Maryland, Virginia, and D.C area. 
 Additionally, with appearances on VIBE Magazine, Complex Magazine, 106 & Park w/ Phil Ade, SOB's, The Howard Theater, The LBCC Unity Festival, and The Fillmore, he has made his mark at many featured and well respected venues, shows, and media print.


As an independent artist with local buzz, his social media following has risen to nearly 30k. He strives to connect with his audience of fans, supporters and peers, enjoying writing music that will put his city on its frontier. Flex's slogan simply yet perfectly describes his motivation behind his craft, “I don’t just hustle for myself, I hustle for others.” On February 19th, 2015 Flex Kartel released his Latest project "Just For You", a project that Flex has made to do just as the title says and be for anyone that listens to the project. From the heaviest of bass to the mellowest of melodies the project has the versatile ability to captivate a fan of any genre. Just For You answers numerous of questions ask by critics of his previous mixtape "20FK" released October 2013, questions like "Where is his place in this industry?" as well as "Can the public take him seriously?" Well that question is answered with the statistics of the mixtape, with over 20,000 views/ 2,000 Downloads in the first week this mixtape. This project is one you should defiantly take seriously. Flex Kartel is, at the moment, establishing his sound. And cementing a firm placement as to where he will stand in the industry.... In the end, all questions will with a doubt be answered as Flex displays his progression in music production, lyricism and artistry. Flex Kartel is at the helm of the newest generation of all-stars coming from out of the tri-state area. He is a founding member in the impending explosion of DMVs catapult and rapid rise to the top of the nation's most elite musical cities. With his music, the soundtrack of the DC uprising! Social Media (Instagram/Twitter/Vine): @flexkartel Facebook: www.facebook.com/flexkartelDMV

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