Corey John Hall a.k.a. Lil Ace on the Track Folk(20), has been a recording artist since he was 15. When he was about 12 or 13, him and his best friend, Deorco Bridges a.k.a. Dj Dramatic, used to try to rap/freestyle on a karoake microphone recording off a surround sound tape player. They made a song called " All them Fine Girls and All them Ugly Girls " and they thought it was the shit, but wasn't, no need to say! LOL, it was their first song they ever did or recorded. And, as of that day, the both of them had a dream that that song would become a hit, and they had the same dream about becoming a major artist after recording the song that night. And, awhile after that, Corey Hall a.k.a Lil Ace found a recording program and learned how to use it. Him and Dramatic cleaned his garage out and turned it to a studio (computer and microphone). Lil Ace and Dramatic also recruited a rapper that they always heard about and thought he was the tightest rapper named "Robert Boykins" a.k.a. Young Tank (20). Young Tank, was the person who named Corey and Deorco their rap names, and they accepted them. The same day they recruited Tank, was the day they recorded the first group song called " I Met This Girl ", and it sucked. And, after that day it lead onto staying in the studio all night and all day, making mixtape after mixtape. The group were just them 3 at the end starting out of more than 10 rappers in the group. They named themselves " Southside Boyz" and made a changed to that named, because they seemed not to like it, so they recalled themselves "Street Hustle". After awhile, all of them went their own ways, Lil Ace, met another artist like himself named Yung Suave on the Myspace that lived in the same city. Lil Ace and Yung Suave recorded a couple songs together called: "Whoa Nah", "Hustle and Flow", and "Who That Iz There". From then, Lil Ace decided to join his record label named: Man Made Records. Lil Ace is currently working on his mixtape called: All In Ya Face Vol. 4. It's his first solo mixtape, but a continue of Yung Suave's previous mixtape. If you need to know anything else, hit up the links or the inbox.