Brothers Xperiencing Life.
BXL represents Rap music as it should be: timeless, sensational and honest. This phenomenal Bronx
based trio is here to replenish what’s been missing from Rap music. Their latest project, “Pep Rally”
is due out late 2010 and promises to deliver the right amount of smooth mixed in with a little edge and
a future list of classics. Undoubtedly, for this project they’ve created infectious, chart-topping party
anthems and unleashed gritty grimy manifestos.
Formed in the Bronx where Hip-Hop originated, BXL consists of Osnan Melendez, Joseph Galarza and
Anthony Robinson. BXL maintains they’ve always been fans of hip-hop having been inspired by Jay-Z,
KRS-1, Notorious BIG, Tupac and the late Bronx rapper Big Pun to name a few. It was only natural that
rapping together would eventually unite them in pursuing a serious music career.
BXL came together in winter 05’ impressing their neighborhood friends and local DJ’s with their
impeccable lyricism. As they continued to write and produce music, they chose to sample the infamous
New York Rapper Milk-Dee’s voice on “Pockets Full of Paper” in which after much radio buzz Milk-Dee
contacted BXL to say he loved the record and wanted to work with them immediately which led into the
creation of “Run New York” in which Milk-Dee is featured.
BXL’s first performance as a group was in 07’ at the well known Bronx venue, TAHBU (formerly SOFA
Lounge). Their debut performance included “Pockets Full of Paper” and “Entourage” where they
performed for hundreds of people from all over the city. BXL’s notoriety has attracted the attention of
many top NYC DJ’s in which “Pockets Full of Paper” was first played by the notorious DJ Clue on Power
105.1. The first single to hit radio airwaves was titled “Wasted” also played on Power 105.1. This single
like all the others were met with stellar reviews. Maintaining their street-level credibility among the
hip-hop faithful, BXL snatched the attention of Hot 97’s own legendary DJ Jazzy Joyce. Jazzy Joyce
who’s also a Bronx native has been a fan of BXL’s since day one and has opted to take this rap trio
phenomenon under her wing. Having executive produced the exceptionally well crafted single “The
Kennel” with BXL, Jazzy Joyce has taken a personal liking to the group. She continues to support BXL