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Soul Food has been making music for 8 years and has been rapping for a lifetime.

Born in Crown Heights Brooklyn amid the fabled Crack Era this artist usta hustle and fire RPG's at enemies until….. bla bla bla….

Let’s cut the bullshit and get into it. We all hear stories of Super Thugs turned rappers, pimps that spit, and revolutionaries that try to get their struggle televised. Only to find out… when the camera goes off, that’s it. There’s no truth to it, just media hype.

But there’s still that rare occasion when someone like Soul Food surfaces to give the people a true story from the voice of the person who is living it. Soul Food is the type of artist that not only talks about it, but has survived it. A thug, militant, business man wrapped into one lean mean Capital State Rapping machine. (That's New York to you lames)

November 2007 he began his blitz of the underground with Rap Dealer Vol 1. January 2008 he dropped Rdv2 "The Dry Season", February 2008 Rdv3 "Pure", March 2008 Rdv4 "The Flood". All available for free download.

Needless to say he's working hard to make quality music for the people and a name for himself.

The closest he has come to actual stardom is when K-Slay gave the young artist a hand and spun his track "Hip Hop" on Hot 97s The Drama Hour. In a conversation with Soul Food he said "Dam! I thought that was it! K-Slay spinnen my track. HEAVY! but I can't stop here. I gotta really step it up now. The people now know I exist."

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