Hailing from Queens, New York rap artist, X-YLE (Donald Patterson) has been driven by his interest of music since the age of 11 years old. Being influenced by artists such as DMX, Nas, and many more, X-YLE garnished a hip hop sound that has landed him recognition from his home state of New York, as well as other states such as Baltimore and St. Louis.
His versatility allows him not only the hardcore rap audience, but his smooth delivery catapults him into the Hip Hop/Soul scene. X-YLE is an Underground Music Award nominee, who has had his music played on Power 105.1. and was featured on The Source.com. X-YLE has been interviewed by Jack Thriller for This Is 50 and has shared the stage with Tony Yayo of G-Unit, The Ruff Ryders, and DMX.
His touring credits includes doing shows for Violator, Street Sweepers, Bad Boy, G-Unit, Interscope Records, Def Jam Records, Power 105.1 (New York), Hot 97.1 (New York), and The Source Magazine. Due to his many successful performances, X-YLE has mastered the ability to entice the audience with his crowd interaction, slick delivery, and demeanor. With impressive credentials under his belt, it's transparent to see why he's the next big Thing.
Experience unreleased tracks from the Intoxicated Thoughts mixtape produced and released by Council Money Entertainment.
Creating a familiar but fresh sound of classic Hip Hop with bold and aggressive hustle essence, featuring Love & Hip Artist Precious Paris, NYC Artist Kyah Baby, Leon Marin and more, X-YLE presents: Full Moon.
Quick-witted, clever snapbacks and camera worthy energy, indulge yourself in this introduction to X-YLE.
Leader On The Frontlyne On Splash Magazine
"A well known face and name on the independent circuit, his energy is contagious and lyricism respected in all walks of the city.
No stranger to major media, his likeness can be easily found in all the right places..."
Re-Cap as X-YLE opens up for legendary
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in this exclusive walk through of the release of "The Art, The Life" album sneak peak