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Gran Larson / Bio

Gran Larson was born Calvin L. Nelson on July 11, 1991 in Dallas, Texas. His interest in music started as far back as elementary school when he would freestyle and rhyme for fun with his friends. He figured he could do more than simply rap for fun so he began to pursue bigger aspirations. These aspirations came to a hault in middle school when he stopped rapping because he lost a talent show, but ...it would take more than that to keep him away from his dreams. He started back rapping during his freshman year of high school with support from everyone around him. This comeback featured a new style and approach. He began writing every day, but did not limit himself to only rap. He wrote poetry as well. Poetry helps him brainstorm and helps his thought process before he begins to make music. “Putting your heart into the poetry lets it come out through the music,” Gran Larson says.
Some of his musical influences include: Notorious B.I.G., Scarface, Big Pun, UGK, and Z-Ro. His genre of music is hip hop and rap although he considers himself to be vice versa when it comes to his style of music. The first song Gran Larson ever recorded was called “Feel Me” which was his introduction, telling people that he had entered the rap game. His debut mixtape "Burn Notice" was released on his 21st birthday July 11th 2012 bringing a lyrical touch to bring to the scene.
In the future Gran Larson wishes to move to New York to further his music career. He also wishes to have his own clothing line and music label. “I want to do more than rap” He explains, “I want to be a very successful entrepreneur.”
“I am the future,” He concludes.

General Info

Band Members
Gran Larson
Artist Name
Gran Larson
Home Page
http://www.reverbnation.com/granlarson
Active Since
03/01
Genres
Hip Hop / Hip-Hop / Rap

Contact Info

Location
Dallas, TX

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