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Baltimore, Maryland, United States | Established. Jan 01, 2014 | SELF

Baltimore, Maryland, United States | SELF
Established on Jan, 2014
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"B-Doe Blasts Music Industry on Shortcomings in New Music Video "Tell It!""

Coast 2 Coast Mixtapes announces the release of the “Tell It!” Music Video by B-doe. The project, presented by Coast 2 Coast Video Distribution, is now available for view on YouTube.
This is B-doe’s first single titled “Tell It.” This single is currently featured on his album, Crescendo, that dropped on August 4, which is now available on iTunes. Produced by OnBeatMusic, the song is directed at the music industry and the content that’s being put out. B-Doe boldly voices his opinion regarding the need for better content in contemporary hip hop music. With punchlines, metaphors, and multisyllabic rhymes, B-doe expresses the need for change in this visually pleasing project.
For more info on B-doe, keep up with him on Twitter at @ThatsHowItbdoe. - Coast 2 Coast Mixtapes

"B-Doe Wins Coast 2 Coast Competition, Releases 'Crescendo'"

Baltimore hasn’t always been kind to Brandon “B-Doe” Thomas, but it was on July 28th.

Coast 2 Coast LIVE, a national hip-hop event that features an artist showcase, came to town and B-Doe won first place. He was the only Christian who performed.

“I couldn’t believe [I won],” B-Doe laughed.

But B-Doe is used to secular crowds. His first stages were the streets of Baltimore. He began as a battle rapper, which is apparent on his album Crescendo that dropped on August 5th.

However, his subject matter has changed since his debut.

B-Doe’s rhymes once centered on fighting. And his sharp tongue pierced the wrong ego in ninth grade.

Weeks after a verbal altercation with a classmate, B-Doe exited his school to find 10 men dressed in all black marching toward him. He ducked back inside and headed toward the back door to avoid them, just in case they wanted to start trouble. They did, with him specifically, and they awaited him behind the school.

B-Doe limped home after being stomped out by the gang. His mother called the cops. As a result, all his friends abandoned him because he “snitched.”

Lonely, B-Doe began to dig into the Bible.

“I knew the gospel,” B-Doe told Rapzilla. “I went to church … but I wanted to do me.”

B-Doe soon learned doing him didn’t work. He took more comfort in Psalms than he did his rhyme notebooks. As someone who felt vulnerable walking around his high school because he didn’t recognize students’ faces, the protection promised in Psalm 91 appealed to him.

He became a Christian. And about a year later, a tour featuring Lecrae, Flame and Cross Movement performed in Maryland. It left an impression.

“They get to tell about Jesus from state to state?” said B-Doe. “I want to tell people about Jesus across America. And it’s a bonus that I’d get to do it through hip hop. To be able to use a genre that I love and talk about a person that I love, it was crazy.”

On Crescendo, B-Doe does just that. He’s blunt about the gospel, and the album is written to non-Christians. - Rapzilla


Still working on that hot first release.