Scoop B Selects: Los Angeles rapper, Batchelor bleeds blue on new release for LA Dodgers 

Bleed Blue. Photo Credit: Twitter

Los Angeles represents more than just a city of residence for rapper Batchelor. The city is home to a sports team that holds a special place in the rapper’s life. That team is the Los Angeles Dodgers, which is the sole inspiration behind Batchelor’s latest single, “Bleed Blue”. The artist is using his gift of creative lyricism as the team follows the path to this year’s World Series. This journey can be compared to Batchelor’s, as his musical career has been a long time coming.

Batchelor has brought the heat on his newest single, “Bleed Blue”, which collectively showcases his love for the Dodgers and rap music. “Bleed Blue” includes two features from fellow LA-based artists, Glasses Malone and Mr. Criminal, who are just as passionate about bleeding blue. Batchelor is confident this single will stand as an anthem that can lead on past 2017.

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