Their average age is 20 and the Outriderz, three young men who are aiming to be the biggest and best Hip Hop group Guyana has ever seen, are knocking on the door.
Their debut song, "My Jamz" is a smooth party song on the Autotunes rhythm produced by Fojo of Platinum Studio where they are stabled.
The Outriderz, Peter Moses, 24; Shane Tyndall, 19; and Pierre Wagner, 19, do not intend to remain on the outside for too long. And with disciplinarian Leslie Forrester and the internationally flavoured Fojo looking over them, the Outriderz say they know they have chosen the right home in Platinum Studios.
The young songwriters have been writing songs for some time without any real chance to express their rhymes.
Tyndall told The Scene he has been writing his own tunes for "a few years." Moses, with his two biblical names, has been composing for a shorter period.
The youths like to work out in the gym in preparation for their quest, "to be the No. 1 hip-hop group in Guyana.
Every time we put down a track it's gonna be better than the last one," Tyndall said.
Moses added, "we're looking to promote Guyana." They are also big into video games their favourite being one called 'Smack Down.'
So what's "My Jamz" about, "It's basically a song talking about how much we have achieved," said Moses. "And what's to come," added Tyndall. This is how they built the jam for "My Jamz" and how they do most of their tracks but sometimes they would bring their personal flavour to a song, which the trio would work with. What they have done so far may not be a lot, but how many artists in Guyana can say request my track on the radio?
The lyrics for this track were inspired by the likes of the G-Unit crew, including 50 Cent, Lloyd Banks, and Young Buck for Tyndall. And Avante, Bobby Valentino, Ray J and Marvin Gaye for Moses would explain the R&B chorus.
The Outriderz got involved with Platinum Studio quite by chance. "I was passing in a bus and saw the studio a little while back and decided I would tell the guys about it," said Tyndall. "We went into the studio some time later spoke with Fojo, he played some rhythms for us and we liked the sound."
"They've encouraged us to be all we can be... accepted us like family," Moses said giving props to their launching pad. He concluded, "I love the beats and we have a lot more to offer to the fans right now." firstname.lastname@example.org