From Battle Emcee to Recording Artist
100 Bulletz has travelled the world representing North America’s Premier Battle League, King of the Dot and amassed millions of views doing so. And on January 2, 2013 the Windsor, Ontario native faced his biggest battle yet: Proving once and for all that battle emcees can make “good” music.
The debut album titled “Keep It 100,” features talent from Toronto, Canada to Watts, California. In addition to featuring on the albums first single, “Through The City,” award winning recording artist and actor, Bishop Brigante oversaw the project as Co-Executive Producer. Bishop Brigante praises the album stating, “Keep It 100 is dope! Y’all gonna like 100 Bulletz transition from the (battle) ring to the booth.”
Produced entirely by 100 Bulletz, the catchy and melodic tunes from “Keep It 100” will undoubtedly turn heads of current and new listeners alike. “Keep It 100” has it all; conscious tracks like “Democracy,” and introspective songs like “My Whole Life” and “Young, Stupid Kid.” It has storytelling tracks like “The Time I Almost Died” and commercial tunes like “The White House” and “Still Goin’ Down.”
“I’ve been writing music my entire life,” 100 Bulletz says, continuing, “it was a long road to get here but I needed to ensure I did it right!”