Where would hip hop be with out 2pac, where would this world be with out 2pac. The voice for those who were less fortunate & at times for those who made a way for themselves to become successful. Truth is 2pac had the world on point #focused is the word. One day this day will be a holiday until then we gone continue 2 make it a Thug Holiday! Happy Born Day Pac 1 Luv.
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Hip-Hop isn’t dead, Hip-Hop is very much alive! You see Hip-Hop is a place where one can express them self. Think of it as a place where you are allowed to share that unique story that belongs to you. That’s what makes Junius “Da Dutch” such a remarkable artist. The way he releases his struggle through the microphone seems to be rare nowadays. Junius has committed himself to deliver his story to the whole world. As we all can see, airwaves along with the internet have openly accepted the breath of fresh air Junius delivers. This alone has allowed Junius to become one of the top independent artists in the game. With his debut album Till Death Do Us Part doing fairly well. Junius “Da Dutch” is enjoying the success that Hip-Hop has brought to many artists. “I mean the grass is green, but it can be greener. I’m ready to take things to a higher level. I’m not sweating it though as you can see I’ve always been on my own 2 feet.” In fact that is the biggest focal point. Owning his own recording studio, handling his own management and personally tending to his career finances, Junius “Da Dutch” is indeed a self made artist. “Take my word you’re not out here getting money if you owe people, and I don’t owe anybody anything. I just owe God and he doesn’t accept cash” This also leaves people wondering the impact Junius can have on the whole world with a major label push, but is Junius ready to leave his independent success behind? “Money and fame comes and goes I want to be able to bring something to a label, I’m looking for a place to call home. I’ve talked to people and I’ve built relationships I just want to be properly prepares so I can perform highly.” Indeed with his ability to create good music, along with his personality. Many labels will be interested in having such a gifted artist on their roster. With a library full of music and unreleased footage, doesn’t look like Junius “Da Dutch” will be fading away any time soon. “I never stop working; you can always catch me staying relevant”
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