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R-Robison Executive Of Protege Magazine " 100 grand Is a True Artist. it is hard To Find people Like Him Now A day "

- R Robinson


-Untamed Breed ( young and restless)
-Grand Opening vol.1
-Grand Opening vol.2 ( hosted by desert storm d.j jay west )
-Dear Hip Hop
-100 grand compilation
-100 grand gods gift to you newest album to date.

- Dear Mr. Rapper
-Dont Say Nothin
- Catch My Breath



New York City, the birthplace of Biggie and Jay introduces a new MC aiming
to make his mark on the world of hip-hop. The young Mc goes by the name of 100 Grand. Grand was born Seth Munford to middle class parents of African American and
Hispanic descent, in Laurelton, Queens. While growing up, 100 Grand was
motivated by many legendary rappers to come out of New York, however it was the West coast rapper Tupac Shakur who inspired him to begin writing poetry at the age of
By the time he was eleven Grand had developed a flow of his own and began
rhyming to the amazement of his family and friends. Though he enjoyed rapping Grand did not begin to consider rapping as a career until he began college. While he continued pursuing his major for Business Management, Grand began working
closely with a team of other entertainers with dreams of their own. However due
to unforeseen circumstances this venture did not flourish. Although unsure of
his next move Grand kept pushing for his dream. 100 Grand prepared himself for
his introduction in this industry as a powerhouse MC with lyrical prowess, and the
release of his first mixtape, Grand Opening Vol. 1 that was his launching pad. “I’m
hoping just to bring hip-hop back to its original essence when it was about
making heartfelt music, and bringing out different emotions in people,” Grand
openly states. Soon after Grand began to garner a buzz, however it was the
release of his mixtape, Grand Opening Vol. 2 that he garnered the notoriety from New York City’s underground hip-hop circuit.
With is new found growing fan base Grand has been able to meet other
upcoming artist such as the late Stack Bundles. Stack Bundles was a NYC based
rapper garnering nationwide attention quirky and powerhouse lyrics. During there
brief chat when grand first met Stack bundles. He helped Grand form his style, and taught him the correct beats to hop on. 100 Grand was one of the few privileged enough to hear Stack Bundles never before released mixtape Gangsta
Grillz before his passing. While hit hard with the death of his idol, Grand
became even more motivated in his quest for hip-hop stardom. Another artist
Grand has been able to work with is Boogz Boogetz, an up and coming artist
making a name for him as well.
Through his continuous networking and performances Grand has been able to work with many hot producers however it is with NYC’s new talented producer Christian
“Lean” Diaz who has worked with artist such as Akon, that ,the lyrical evolution
of Grand has been evident. Together they began working on 100 Grand’s third and most genius mixtape to date, Access Granted: Gods Gift To You. While promoting
his brand, ZULU G.A.N.G, Grand has been making the rounds at hip shop showcases
as well as open mic sets. He has done numerous interviews one being a television
segment. His mixtape, which he hopes to drop by Christmas will be available through all major music distributor including I-Tunes, Amazon, Napster, and Rhapsody.

As he prepares to hit the streets again with his thoughts and life experiences,
Grand keeps one thought in his mind, “Only God can judge me,” which Tupac stated on
his All Eyez On Me LP. He lives his life by this quote and believes that while
having fans would mean a great deal to him having believers would mean even