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With years of support from industry insiders, and a story dating back 10+ years in the streets of the South Bronx. Ax received early support from Fat Joe, co signs by DJ Premier, and shout-outs from Eminem in Complex magazine. His raw skill earned him a 7-0 undefeated winning streak in the classic Fight Club rap battles, until he ultimately lost the 50k cash prize to Professor Green.
Falling back from the rap spotlight, AX, born Axell Leon, decided to focus on his kids, and personal life, while he put his music career on hold.Urging from his longtime friend Travie McCoy, and certain circumstances in his life, specific to his block and his family, led him back to the rap game, to tell the story of life, death and hip hop culture. (more…)
Mariah x Wale x JD = coming soon
— Wale Folarin (@Wale) August 4, 2013
- Singlesposted August 2, 2013 / No Comments
The King’s Kid may sound a lot like Nucci Reyo. That’s because it’s the same person, but the artist known as Nucci Reyo is gone, to only be known as The King’s Kid. In the words of The King’s Kid:
Under the name Nucci Reyo I have had a successful career in Hip Hop Music from writing for P Diddy to opening tours for Busta Rhymes,Nas and Lil Wayne. Under the name Nucci Reyo i’ve worked with Chris Brown, Marcus Houston,Mario,Keysha Cole,Jaheim,Jae Millz,Lil Flip,Lord Tyreke,Red Cafe,Beanie Sigel,Reakwon an many more. I was signed to The Union Label before signing with MCA Records and then A4L under DJ Absolut of The Heavy Hitter Dj’s. In 2010 I left the secular music business to follow God and to answer the call to glorify God through Hip Hop Music and The White Flag Movement was founded. Although my fans continued to refer to me as Nucci Reyo, The King’s Kid was added to the name. It is now time to officially time to lay the name Nucci Reyo to rest. From now on refer to me as The King’s Kid, thanks and I love you all for your support over the years. The best is yet to come. Welcome To My Funeral New Single Right Here, New Mixtape on the way ” Welcome 2 My Funeral ” . Following Christ calls for us to die to ourselves
The King’s Kid – My Funeral
- Mixtapesposted July 31, 2013 / No Comments
One of our favorite producers is dropping the second in his “Seasons” series. The BBAS affiliate enlists the help of Oddissee, Hassaan Mackey, Guilty Simpson, Edo G, and others. There’s also a cassette version of this dropping with exclusives featuring Del the Funky Homosapien and Homeboy Sandman. (more…)