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The best kept secret in music


"A-Town Magazine"

This is Atlanta. A city that thrives on musical differentiation, and has it's finger on the pulse of modern Hip-Hop. And, in this fair city, There lies a humble, yet hungry soul, and his name is A.R., or as his friends would refer to him, "The Gorilla".
A.R., Born Adrian Ray Sox, is 18 years old, and you wouldn't know it unless he told you. "I've been a man for 10 years now", says the illustrious rapper,"and I can't say it's been an easy trip." He has several pieces of work in the making including a mixtape that has a boat load of original stuff (all snippets) and more freestyles that you can wave a stick at. He's truely a talented artist, bringing back that southern accent with the east coast lyrics, and making it work like no other. "It's my time now. I want everyone to see that I AM Atlanta, And I AM Hip-Hop". Yes indeed, A.R. You Truely are.- Terry Wells - Terry Wells


Sex, Money, And Murder: The American Way-Drop Dead Records-2006

Elemental Entertainment Presents: The Process Vol. 1-Elemental Entertainment-2005


Feeling a bit camera shy


Many rappers come and go in this day and time, but there is one who is sure to leave his mark on the world. His name is A.R., or as he refers to himself, "The B.I.G. of Atlanta". This Atlanta native is originally from East Point, Georgia, which is located on the Southside of Atlanta. Since age 10, he's been perfecting his flow and lacing tracks with heat, and now, at 18, he's giving most rappers in there prime a run for there money, and get this... HE ISN'T EVEN SIGNED YET!!! He recently finished his first independent mixtape, which is entitled " The Process Vol. 1". The mixtape features Numerous freestyles as well as a few snippets from some promising original songs that are soon on their way to airplay.As far as the original stuff goes, these tracks include such titles as "Welcome To My Hood", "Beat It Up", "Bad Bitch", and "Like It Like That", all of which were produced by Greg "JGymini" Allen II for Elemental Entertainment. Then you've got the freestyle side of the mixtape where A.R. raps over instrumentals from a number of big-name artist, such as Camron's "Down and Out" and Tony Yayo's "I Know U Don't Love Me". In a recent interview with a local Atlanta magazine, A.R. tells writer Terry Wells, "I waited a long time to get on, and now that I've finally gotten started, the world's gonna see that I'm That Nigga!!!" He's looking to find a deal with a hot label, so if you think he's on point and wanna do business, you'd better move fast, otherwise you'd be outta luck!!!