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N-Finity Muzik is an accomplished hip-hop duo from New Haven Connecticut. They have been writing music together since 2012. They love life and love to create music that is relatable. They are brothers with a unique bond in that they have had life-changing events in their younger years. Kejuan Simmons (KekeBeatz) the youngest of the duo born to Nijajuan Howard and Sabrina Scudder which is 14 years old was born in Bridgeport Connecticut while being raised in Meriden Connecticut by his aunt Yvette Howard. Michael Bethune jr. (Mizskino) the oldest of the group which is 15 was born and raised in New Haven Connecticut to Michael Bethune sr and Latoya Floyd. Nijajuan and Latoya married on October 2, 2011 and Mizskino and KekeBeatz became brothers instantly. Early in their career they begin to be one of the most sought-after young groups coming out of New Haven Connecticut. They have developed and maintained relationships with the; Mayor Toni harp and the City of New Haven, Representative Robin Artifaye- Porter, Senator Gary Holder-Winfield, the Citywide Youth Coalition, Raymond Wallace and Guns Down Books Up, Jesse “JHOP” Hardy of Jesse's Homeless Outreach Project, New Haven Venom, 94.3 WYBC its director Juan Castillo and his staff, Robert Drake of WXPN radio of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania where they were invited to perform for KIndieComm 2015 at “The World Cafe”, the International Arts & Ideas Festival committee, The Boys & Girls Club of New Haven in which Michael Bethune was nominated for Youth Of The Year, he also represented the Boys & Girls Club at the state capitol, and also for “The Great Give” a local event in which donations are sought for nonprofit organizations, they have been recognized by the City of Bridgeport for their participation and contributions to the Connecticut Against Violence(CAV) 3rd Annual Back-2-School Youth Summit, they received an official citation from Jesse JHOP in recognition of their extraordinary volunteer efforts and for serving others, they received a proclamation from the city of New Haven in which they were recognized for their significant contributions to bring back positive attention to New Haven while at the same time touching the lives of others in New Haven Public Schools, they received a shining star acknowledgement from the promote New Haven Talent Fest for outstanding effort and appeared on a billboard on interstate 91, they received a certificate of recognition from the Universal Zulu Nation for their contribution to “No Guns In Hip Hop”, they received four humanitarian awards also from the Universal Zulu Nation, And countless other acknowledgments and awards from the state of Connecticut and beyond. N-Finity Muzik is set to release their first EP late summer entitled “No Freedom” with the hit single “Party” in the forefront. You can look forward to seeing them this summer at all of the upcoming International Arts and Ideas pop-up festivals and in mid-july at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn New York for the Summer Classic Charity basketball game hosted by Roc Nation. N-Finity Muzik currently lives in New Haven Connecticut