Independent BMI Texas Hip-Hop recording artist Rawboss
Born March 26, 1986 in Longview TX, raised by a single mother and living with two brothers, rapper Rawboss born Christopher Ford, would get his name at the age of 13 from his street affiliation. He started out freestyling, battle rapping & self recording himself on cassette tapes as his first taste of the hip-hop culture. Rawboss raps about the world and changes he wishes would happen while trying to shake the street life that he can't seem to escape. His goal is to be able to promote a positive message and spark minds both young and old as a social activist, along with having people fall in love with hip-hop all over again. He raps with every intention of becoming a household name and to someday be looked at as a role model in society.
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Mos Def, Public Enemy, Eminem, Warren G, Nas, 2Pac, Notorious B.I.G., Kriss Kross, Snoop Dogg, Ice Cube, Master P, Mystikal & so many more.
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