New York Hip-Hop artist Refocuses on His Music Career After Being Deported Back to Jamaica
Many people in the Tri-State, USA area are familiar with ex-gang member and street artist, Deadly Dread. He is a Jamaican rapper who grew up in New York City, got involved in gangs, drugs and music and got deported back to Jamaica some years ago.
Since being back on the island, Deadly has gone through a massive transformation. He no longer affiliates himself with his former gang, nor does he deal in narcotics of any kind. His only commitment at this time is to his music and his career as a recording artist.
Deadly recently recorded a single entitled “real bad man law” and he is hoping that people who knew him from before can appreciate that his lyrical content is just that, lyrics.
He says that his words may give the impression that he is still living the type of life he was before but that is not the case. Persons can listen and download “real bad man law” here: http://www.hulkshare.com/n9rvbirgdc00 and be on the lookout for the official video which will be out in August.
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