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"...He then won an opportunity to go to Los Angeles, where he recorded a rap with singer Kwanza Jones and Grammy-nominated producer/engineer Luke Tozour."
"...his bars on Alford Plea display a clear-headed lyricist rhyming with conviction."
““It is a good message for a genre that rarely speaks in that tone,” Rush stated via email. And, to be honest, I couldn’t agree more. I don’t give a fuck how much purple rappers smoke, the Patrón they sip, or the assortment of pills they pop. Unfortunately, that’s a lot of what we’ve been hearing these days. But Big Rush is here to offer you something different.”
"...while local lyricist BIG RUSH (who recently killed it at the Met) headlines his Clean and Sober release show at Firehouse 13 ($7, 401.270.1801).
“A very versatile hip hop artist who is proud to write songs with a positive message.”
“The business model adopted by Pawtucket-via-Albany rapper Big Rush is simple: paying bills-via-rhyme skills.”