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Fatigue

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The best kept secret in music

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Discography

Black Man (Ghetto) ft Kenya, GoodTimes, This is How We Do ft S-Man/Ooo Wop

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FATIGUE

Fatigue's Bio A name can often make or break an artist. In the oversaturated rap industry, a rappers name is often the difference between getting a shot or being dismissed as wack off the top. Fatigue, a Brooklyn-bred rapper who now calls Fort Lauderdale, Florida home, knows all to well how a name can affect how youre perceived. Fortunately enough for Fatigue, his name was bestowed upon him based on his skills. Alex "Fatigue" Alexander was born in Brooklyn New York to a family of Guyanese origin. His cousins were always rapping and were heavy in the hip-hop scene, so it was kind of predestined for this to be his dream. A lot of the times he and his cousins would just be free styling at the young ages of 9 -14 years old just for the art of it.Hearing rappers like Biggie, Nas, Wu Tang, Mobb Deep, and other street credible artist at that time. Fatigue got the edge of putting rough lyrics together, but he also wanted to blend it with conscious concepts that would send a message to his listeners. Overall he is an all around emcee that can make club bangers, street anthems, party music, and something for his people to relate to. He tries to keep away from all the drug selling and gun busting lyrics for the mere fact that, that was not his lifestyle even though he has witnessed it too many times. Having an advantage of being raised in two states (Florida and New York) He has a pretty firm idea of what people wants to hear. Down South he has went from rapping in churches to rapping in schools. From 2001-2005 he has been with his group named Propaganda where they would perform at various events. They performed at Club Exit in Miami, Club MVP, Miami's Mardi Gras 2004 and 2005, Miami's Apollo, plenty of talent searches, and numerous house parties. Due to his experiences through good times and hard times, his lyrical game has advanced and now he is ready to take this rap game to the next level