Another incredible emcee by the name of Banga emerges from Florida with a new marvelous EP called Shoebox Music, which was likewise a name he came up with for a genre of music in the Hip-Hop world. Growing up, he always had a passion for making music and loved listening to trap music. He grew up in low-income areas, so he displays his trials and tribulations via explicit lyrics.
As a hustler, leader, and entrepreneur, this young, rising superstar looked to influence others by overcoming living the street life and telling his tale through music. In this new freestyle “Shoebox Music,” (titled after his new EP), Banga shares some dark, vivid pictures of the struggles people face, along with the transitioning process many choose to help escape and obtain a more luxurious life style.
Although he was born into poverty and may have gotten caught up running down the wrong path, Hip-Hop is definitely not new to him. He has worked closely with Akon at one time before moving from Atlanta. This helped him to construct a strong, substantial fan base over the years that still follows him to this day while working every day to accumulate new ones. Hustle Team or Die Vol. 2 and The Grind Is Real were two of his best projects. He received a good deal of love from both fans and industry executives, which lead to him being signed by Hustle Team Management, an entity that he is currently still working with. I highly recommend checking out his new Shoebox Music EP when it drops September 16th; you can pre-order via both Amazon and iTunes.
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