Music Matters Showcase at SXSW

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BET Music Matters Takes on SXSW - BET's Music Matters always has the hook up on the latest talent hitting the music scene. Check out the way we took over Austin, Texas for SXSW for a night of amazing performances.By: Janah Campbell(Photo: Rahav Segev/Getty Images for BET)

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BET Music Matters Takes on SXSW - BET's Music Matters always has the hook up on the latest talent hitting the music scene. Check out the way we took over Austin, Texas for SXSW for a night of amazing performances.By: Janah Campbell(Photo: Rahav Segev/Getty Images for BET)

ScHoolBoy Q - ScHoolboy Q is taking the hip hop scene by storm. He headlined the Music Matters showcase at Emo’s Austin for the SXSW. The TDE star performed songs from his No. 1-selling album Oxymoron.(Photo: Rahav Segev/Getty Images for BET)

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ScHoolBoy Q - ScHoolboy Q is taking the hip hop scene by storm. He headlined the Music Matters showcase at Emo’s Austin for the SXSW. The TDE star performed songs from his No. 1-selling album Oxymoron.(Photo: Rahav Segev/Getty Images for BET)

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Amping Up the Crowd - Hands in the air! Although we're used to seeing him rock the stage with his Black Hippy crew, which includes Jay Rock, Ab-Soul, and Kendrick Lamar, ScHoolboy Q was just as impressive holding things down alone.(Photo: Rahav Segev/Getty Images for BET)

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Amping Up the Crowd - Hands in the air! Although we're used to seeing him rock the stage with his Black Hippy crew, which includes Jay Rock, Ab-Soul, and Kendrick Lamar, ScHoolboy Q was just as impressive holding things down alone.(Photo: Rahav Segev/Getty Images for BET)

ScHoolboy Q - Kendrick Lamar busted the doors open for the TDE camp and ScHoolboy Q kept the momentum going with a solid Oxymoron album. The kid got a story to tell and it's why he's blowing up.(Photo: Rahav Segev/Getty Images for BET)

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Working Through the Pain - Despite being sick (he vomitted before taking the stage), ScHoolboy Q didn't let his illness get in the way. He even ignored doctors orders and performed extra songs in his abbreviated set.(Photo: Rahav Segev/Getty Images for BET)

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Return of the Mack - Music Matters fans can't get enough of Grammy-nominated recording artist, Mack Wilds. After a buzzworthy performance at the Music Matters Grammy showcase, Mack returned to treat fans in Austin to his New York-centric brand of R&B.(Photo: Rahav Segev/Getty Images for BET)

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Return of the Mack - Music Matters fans can't get enough of Grammy-nominated recording artist, Mack Wilds. After a buzzworthy performance at the Music Matters Grammy showcase, Mack returned to treat fans in Austin to his New York-centric brand of R&B.(Photo: Rahav Segev/Getty Images for BET)

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Owning the Stage - Working with artists such as Jay Z, Wale, Lil Wayne and Alicia Keys, Wilds has always been surrounded by big names in the business. These days you can see how their influence has rubbed of on him as he owns the stage wth mega star qualities.(Photo: Rahav Segev/Getty Images for BET)

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Owning the Stage - Working with artists such as Jay Z, Wale, Lil Wayne and Alicia Keys, Wilds has always been surrounded by big names in the business. These days you can see how their influence has rubbed of on him as he owns the stage wth mega star qualities.(Photo: Rahav Segev/Getty Images for BET)

Mack's First Tour  - When it comes to performing, Mack Wilds brings the energy. He sat down with HotNewHipHop to discuss his career, starting from childhood plays to major tours, like the one he's on now. Wiz Khalifa's Under the Influence tour is Mack?s first tour and he's rockin? with Ty Dolla $ign, Rich Homie Quan, IAmSu! and Jeezy.(Photo: Rahav Segev/Getty Images for BET)

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Jack of All Trades - Formerly an actor on HBO's original series The Wire, Wilds always knew he had a passion for music. It's obvious the guy was born to entertain and thats exactly what he did at SXSW. (Photo: Rahav Segev/Getty Images for BET)

Two Live Crew  - Rising stars Two-9 hit the stage at the Music Matters showcase to share their unique hip hop collective flow.(Photo: Rahav Segev/Getty Images for BET)

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Two Live Crew  - Rising stars Two-9 hit the stage at the Music Matters showcase to share their unique hip hop collective flow.(Photo: Rahav Segev/Getty Images for BET)

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Not the Norm - Forming in 2009 straight out of Atlanta, it's easy to see this group is not closed minded, as they are proud of their punk rock influences. (Photo: Rahav Segev/Getty Images for BET)

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Not the Norm - Forming in 2009 straight out of Atlanta, it's easy to see this group is not closed minded, as they are proud of their punk rock influences. (Photo: Rahav Segev/Getty Images for BET)

Stand Out From the Crowd - Two-9 is not your average group, as it consists of members Curtis Williams, Retro $ushi, FatKidsBrotha and several other rappers. They've even included DJs and photographers in their crew.(Photo: Rahav Segev/Getty Images for BET)

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Stand Out From the Crowd - Two-9 is not your average group, as it consists of members Curtis Williams, Retro $ushi, FatKidsBrotha and several other rappers. They've even included DJs and photographers in their crew.(Photo: Rahav Segev/Getty Images for BET)

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New Kyds on the Block - The Internet has become one of the hottest groups to hit the industry, and since they are at such a high demand, it was only right that they bless the Music Matters stage.(Photo: Rahav Segev/Getty Images for BET) 

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New Kyds on the Block - The Internet has become one of the hottest groups to hit the industry, and since they are at such a high demand, it was only right that they bless the Music Matters stage.(Photo: Rahav Segev/Getty Images for BET) 

Syd Tha Kyd - L.A. native Syd Tha Kyd was born into music, as her mother aspired to be a DJ and her Jamaican father was a reggae producer. At 14, she built a recording studio in her house. Syd rose to fame as producer of the Odd Future sub-group The Internet. She was also the lead producer of Mac Miller's Live From Space (2013). As a vocalist, keyboardist and DJ, Syd is committed to her craft.(Photo: Rahav Segev/Getty Images for BET)

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Good Kyd - Syd Tha Kyd, lead singer of The Internet, has many talents. To add to her lively vocal abilities, she can produce and DJ as well. (Photo: Rahav Segev/Getty Images for BET) 

One of a Kind - Syd Tha Kyd was downright one of the crowd's favorite performers of the night. The Internet has a bright future ahead for putting on one of a kind performances. (Photo: Rahav Segev/Getty Images for BET)

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One of a Kind - Syd Tha Kyd was downright one of the crowd's favorite performers of the night. The Internet has a bright future ahead for putting on one of a kind performances. (Photo: Rahav Segev/Getty Images for BET)

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Roman GianArthur  - If you're looking for bold R&B that rings with spirit of music icons from Stevie Wonder to Lauryn Hill, check out Roman GianArthur tear it down during the Sunday June 29th portion of the BET Experience.     (Photo: Rahav Segev/Getty Images for BET)

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Roman GianArthur - For those of you not familiar with Roman GianArthur, remember the name because you’re going to be seeing it a lot soon. He's really taking off as a member of Janelle Monáe's Wondaland Arts Society collective.(Photo: Rahav Segev/Getty Images for BET)

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True Talent - GianArthur is a singer-songwriter, composer, arranger, multi-instrumentalist and producer. He showed off his versatility during the showcase.(Photo: Rahav Segev/Getty Images for BET)

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Jim-E-O - Local Nigerian rapper Jim-E-O also had a chance to showcase his talents. He was shown much love by the hometown crowd. (Photo: Rahav Segev/Getty Images for BET)

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Jim-E-O - Local Nigerian rapper Jim-E-O also had a chance to showcase his talents. He was shown much love by the hometown crowd. (Photo: Rahav Segev/Getty Images for BET)

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Making a Statement - Jim-E-O isn't only an artist in the rap game. Through his music, he hopes to inspire others by staying creative and influencing his audience with strong/relatable lyrics. (Photo: Rahav Segev/Getty Images for BET)

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Making a Statement - Jim-E-O isn't only an artist in the rap game. Through his music, he hopes to inspire others by staying creative and influencing his audience with strong/relatable lyrics. (Photo: Rahav Segev/Getty Images for BET)

"Ghetto Tales" ft. Jay305 and TeeCee - DJ Mustard's protégé, speedy spitter TeeCee, formally known as TeeCee4800, makes another appearance on the album with fellow Cali native Jay305. The MCs take you on a walk through the hood on "Ghetto Tales." The story-themed verses fall in line with Mustard's layered use of treble, bass and electronics as each note seemingly coincides with Jay and TeeCee's daily encounters in the ghetto.(Photo: Rahav Segev/Getty Images for BET)

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Mustard on the Beat - DJ Mustard shared his skills on the 1's and 2's live on the Music Matters stage. (Photo: Rahav Segev/Getty Images for BET)

DJ Mustard, @DJmustard - Tweet: "Just got off da line wit boosie .... That's all I'm gone say!"One of the biggest producers in hip hop right now, DJ Mustard hints at a new banger with fresh-out-the-pen badass Boosie. #AintBeenHomeButTwoWeeksAndAlreadyGotMustardOnDaBeat (Photo: Rahav Segev/Getty Images for BET)

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Mixing It Up - Best known for being YG's DJ and producing for big names like Tyga, Kid Ink and Ty Dolla Signs, DJ Mustard showed the audience why it's always important to remember DJing as an important element of hip hop culture.(Photo: Rahav Segev/Getty Images for BET)

Rock Out - TDE's newest sensation, Tennessee rapper Isaiah Rashad, was another special guest to grace the Music Matters stage.(Photo: Rahav Segev/Getty Images for BET)

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Rock Out - TDE's newest sensation, Tennessee rapper Isaiah Rashad, was another special guest to grace the Music Matters stage.(Photo: Rahav Segev/Getty Images for BET)

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Listen to My Demo - Isaiah Rashad rocked the crowd with songs off his critcally-acclaimed EP Cilvia Demo.(Photo: Rahav Segev/Getty Images for BET)

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Listen to My Demo - Isaiah Rashad rocked the crowd with songs off his critcally-acclaimed EP Cilvia Demo.(Photo: Rahav Segev/Getty Images for BET)

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Old Soul - Influenced by artists such as KRS-One, Outkast, Erykah Badu and James Brown, Rashad gives us a lot to look forward to from the TDE camp.(Photo: Rahav Segev/Getty Images for BET)

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Old Soul - Influenced by artists such as KRS-One, Outkast, Erykah Badu and James Brown, Rashad gives us a lot to look forward to from the TDE camp.(Photo: Rahav Segev/Getty Images for BET)