LA Rapper Bale Drops Debut Album ‘H.T.S.M.’ & ’28 Shots’ Documentary

It’s been a battle for South Central rapper Bale who is still in the process of recovery after surviving a horrible shooting in front of his house.  Bale‘s miracle comeback after surviving 28 shots is nothing the doctors ever could have expected but Bale gives a huge credit to music.

Now, after earning great coverage throughout the blogosphere, for the single “Greater” and the visual for “Check,” this South Central rapper is now ready to release his highly anticipated project Hard Times Shaped Me (H.T.S.M.).

In celebration of the release, Bale will also be releasing his documentary 28 Shots that walks fans through the tragic night where Bale was shot 28 times from head to toe. The recovery would be miraculous as doctors removed a host of Bale‘s internal organs to salvage what was left in a last ditch effort to save him.

Now with West-Coast mainstay Krondon at his side in a joint label partnership, Bale has developed an unstoppable momentum that picking up in hoods across LA.  From South Central to Inglewood people are taking note of this your rapper’s real lyrics in a time when pink hair, pills and face tattoos get all the attention.

The release of the project comes on the heels of Krondon’s premiere appearance and role as Tobias Whale in CW’s interpretation of the famed 1970’s DC Comic Black Lightning.

Peep the visual at the top of the post, and be sure to look out for more visuals from Hard Times Shaped Me (H.T.S.M.) soon.

Also, check out the album below!

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