SummaryComprised of veteran MC Dave Ghetto and up and coming Philadelphia based beatsmith, Tha S Ence, Hustle Simmons has ears opened to their authentic, mainstay sound of sample-driven melodies and deep drum production. This is complimented by gritty wordplay, smooth swagger, and uncanny lyricism, served in the form of the 14-track album. Hustle Simmons' lead single, "Over and Out" featuring Buff1 and DJ Cru Cut, has creeped into tastemakers' selection and bloggers pages and continues making notable presence. DJ Cru Cut is called again on "Get Down," adding to the spectrum of guest appearances which also includes Al Mighty, Richie Rasheen, and Fel Sweetenberg. Dave Ghetto began making a name for himself as a member of Nuthouse, releasing projects on both Bobitto Garcia's Fondle 'Em imprint and Goodvibe Recordings whose roster boasted artist like Slum Village, Bahamadia, and Mystic. As a solo artist, Ghetto has released various projects via Miami based label Counterflow Recordings. Working with artists ranging from Cee-Lo Green to DJ Jazzy Jeff, Dave has built quite an impressive resume. While Dave is the voice of Hustle Simmons, Tha S Ence is definitely the sound. His signature drum heavy, sample based production style has been garnering him attention around the city of Philadelphia for sometime now. He's consistently stood out amongst his peers while performing in producer's showcases like Beats & Rhymes and Word of Mouth. A student of the craft of beat making, Tha S Ence cites producers Just Blaze, Premo, and the late J Dilla as the influences behind his production. An introduction by a mutual friend lead to Tha S Ence submitting a beat CD for a project which eventually became "Dave Ghetto and Tha S Ence are Hustle Simmons".