The 23-year-old Richmond rapper breaks silence as he plans to make his debut into the music industry blazing hot! Starting in 2013, Rose was 13 years old as he began playfully rapping over random beats. The next year, he decided to take things up a notch by writing and recording songs on his iPhone 4s. As he improved massively during that year, he got himself into rap battles so he can put his skills to the test. In 2016, he discontinued doing rap battles to become a recording artist. During that year he was a full-time basketball player and also, one of the high hope favorites in his hometown until he had a life changing situation that almost cost his life. Rose received his first ever cut from basketball after his long years of playing for numerous teams including AAU basketball going into varsity as junior. Rose said, “It felt like my life just ended badly. That entire day I couldn’t hold my tears back. I couldn’t eat nor sleep. Everyone was shocked and angry about the situation. The only thing I had on my mind was suicide until I heard a voice in my head. It told me start rapping.” His first official studio song was based off of the entire incident expressing himself with full anger. After relieving himself from basketball, he began to put his full effort into music. From 2016 to 2023 he recorded over 1,000s of songs and released 22 projects including 8 mixtapes, 7 EPs, & 7 albums. During the years of his hard work, he landed some distribution deals with Bentley Records & took some advice from people in the industry. It seems like he’s on track and soon to be the next upcoming artist in a short amount of time.
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