Monday, May 9, 2011



Andre Warren Aka Dre Nathan was raised in Brownsville Brooklyn. Dre is the CEO and Co Founder of Skyz Da Limit Entertainment established in 2004. Dre is also an up and coming hip hop artist and has been the opening acBoldt for Maino, Memphis Bleek, Uncle Murder, Lil Mama, J.R. Writer, Joell Ortiz and a list of other hip hop artist. Dre has also worked with Grammy Nominated Producers such as Bangout, the producer of 50 Cent “Disco Inferno” and G.Q Beats who has produced for artist such as Lil Kim and Maino.

Although Dre is the CEO and founder of Skyz Da Limit Entertainment he has also released a hip hop DVD entitled Blood Sweat and Tears in the New York Tri-State area and his music has been played on Hot 97, Sirius Satellite Radio as well as many other internet and underground radio stations. Dre Nathan is a force to be reckoned with not only because of his own hard work and dedication but he was recently added to the Team N.A.N roster building an even stronger movement in New York. He performs three times per week and has also performed and distributed his music from L.A. to Miami. Some of the places that you can see Dre perform in New York would be Times Square Art Center NYC, Don Hills NYC, Bowery Poetry Club NYC, The Lab in Brooklyn, Club 112 in Tampa, Florida and Roof Top in Miami.

Dre Nathan has also worked with Joe Jackson, father of the late great Michael Jackson. He helped him develop The Joe Jackson Hip Hop Boot Camp. Dre Nathan is what hip hop is missing. He has a business savvy like Jay Z, powerful lyrics like Biggie Smalls and the film presence to revel Tupac Shakur. Dre has appeared in the film Brooklyn’s Finest that was directed by Antoine Fuqua and starred Richard Gere, Don Cheadle, Ethan Hawke and Wesley Snipes. Dre Nathan is a new face in film and his acting skills will supersedes any exceptions.

In the future you can expect to see and hear much more of Mr. Dre Nathan. He has not yet touched the sky and as we know Skyz Da Limit!

(Courtesy of Ms. FeFe and G3MZ of The Elegant Hoodness Musical Program 2010)

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