There are different ways to get your name out if you're a rapper. Street credibility and natural talent to spit hot verses are a good foundation. Having producers who deliver heaters on a consistent basis is very necessary. Having a team in place to help bodes well, too. But, ultimately, it has been proven time and time again that artists have to pay their dues through the old-fashioned networking, focus and hustle.
Enter Sean Falyon, an Atlanta resident by way… read more
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