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Rasta / Bio

I Rasta was born in Gretna La. I am a local rapper who have stayed all over the metropolitan. As a versatile artist I provide a numerous variety of music for the ear. For example I have made songs that the elderly can listen to as well as songs for young kids to listen to. I also have made club songs, gangster song, R.I.P songs , and a host of many more. Some of my songs have been used for radio commercials and some of my songs names has been used by graphic designers for their artwork. I recently dropped my first solo mixtape called Fresh Out The Oven. I have done a few local shows since I put the mixtape out. My family and friends have been very supportive by helping me promote the mixtape all over New Orleans and on Social Networks. My music spreads all over the nation from using networks such as Reverbnation, Sound cloud, Twitter, Facebook and many more. I started rapping at the age of 17. Around that time radio station Q93 would have a rap battle Monday through Friday for 9:00 pm. DJ Wild Wane was the host. The rap battle was called the 9 oclock props and the object was to get on air and rap against your opponent so everyone who was listening to Q93 can call the radio station and vote for who was the best. The winner of the competition would win tickets to concerts, get free cd’s, shopping sprees and a lot more. Back then my name was Tank. I would get on the 9 Oclock props at lease once a week and I rarely lost a battle. Besides being a solo artist I am also apart of a group called Something Serious. This group consist of me Rasta, Lil Serious my blood brother, Roc and Coop who are brothers from another mother. About a year ago we dropped a mixtape called Now Are Neva. The feedback we received from the mixtape was great. We have done show’s from Louisiana to Mississippi. I know everyone would like to know why I call myself Rasta. Well first off I am not a smoker and I am not an Jamaican, I call myself Rasta because every beat I get on I smoke it and I leave the beat smoking. I am always willing to collaborate with other artist. You can contact me at rasta198426@yahoo.com or (504) 914-3202

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New Orleans, LA
The Bells