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THE ICE BREAKER!!! KING TAINIUM BIRTHDAY BASH!!!
King Tainium live in concert fundraising for the Cheryl Allen Southside Community Center.
NIGHTCREW RECORDS, BOOMERANG PUB & LABATT BLUE PRESENTS: RAISE IT UP!!! LABATT BLUE PARTY!!! 11-23-13 TIME: 10:00 pm-1:45 am WHERE? Boomerang Pub 8285 North Dixie Drive Piqua, OH 45356 Hosted byOhio's Finest King Tainium & DJ Johnny Kook BEST DRESSED BLUE MALE & FEMALE CONTEST EACH WINNER GETS FREE DRINKS!!!! DRINK SPECIALS 16 oz. CANS!! BLUE JELLO SHOTS 3/2.00 Labatt Rep & Girls will be in the building!!! Live DJ & Performance By King Tainium!!! Ladies free before 11- 3$ after 5$ for Guys. 18 & Up For booking call:662-753-9480 Ohio's Finest Promotions
Sounds Like: 2Pac, Twista, Tupac, Jay Z, Trick Daddy
Manager: Looking for management
Bio: Anthony "Ohio's Finest King Tainium" Ellis, from the South Side of Lima, Ohio. Began singing in church at 14 and writing rap lyrics and songs at 17 in Durant, MS. Moved back to Lima, Ohio and started making beats. By the time he turned 20 he started learning how to record and put my music on to C...See Full Bio
“PIQUA — Anthony Ellis’ budding music career began with singing in church and producing rap beats and songs in his closet, but the Piqua resident’s music career has already started to blossom. Ellis, 30, who performs under the name Ohio’s Finest King Tainium, has spent more than a decade embroiled with music — he raps, he produces and he even DJs. He even finds time to serve as a male model in Columbus when he has time. The Piqua resident and Lima native first became involved in music when, at 14, he started singing at a Mississippi church in the choir and was heavily involved with highs school athletics in his late teen years. It was around this time he started making beats and rap songs, which at first started off as just a hobby but has since turned into not only his passion, but also his livelihood. Abandoned by his mother when he was an infant, Ellis lived with an abusive father and later spent time in more than a dozen foster homes when he was growing up. Since the a”