Here at the DJBooth, we pride ourselves on spotlighting emerging artists who are preparing to parlay underground buzz into mainstream success. Such is the case with Baltimore rapper 810; though he’s rapped as a hobby since the age of 11, it was only when others began to compliment his skills that he started to seriously consider a career in music. This month, the emcee plans to release his debut album, Supply and Demand. One of the most talked-about album cuts finds 810 rhyming with youthful enthusiasm over an old-school beat by Mydus as he anticipates his coming Pay Day. If this crowd-pleasing record is any indication, 810’s Pay Day should arrive sooner rather than later; DJBooth.net will, of course, bring readers all the latest on this Charm City up-and-comer.
Written by Burmy on 02/2/09
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"U Wont Like This" (2009)
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