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BLAW

Virginia Beach, VA | Established. Jan 01, 2014 | SELF | AFM

Virginia Beach, VA | SELF | AFM
Established on Jan, 2014
Solo Hip Hop

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Facing L's: The Mixtape Vol. 1
Released: JAN 2019
Distributed by: CDBABY

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What should the people know about Brandon Law? 

I strive for Michael Jordan greatness. The road to greatness is full of experiences that shape you as a human. I started writing rhymes when I was 16, and I got serious when I was 22.  Around that time I met a guy, who, only now I realize was not as about me and my talents as I thought he was.  His name? He doesn't have one. This person taught me a lot of things, the most important lesson was, in the end people are people.

What does BLAW mean? 

First BLAW is my name, I used to go by B. Law but after hearing what hip hop has become over the last 5 years, everything is so blah.  Everybody sounds the same, everybody mumbles, nobody writes lyrics about anything.  Hip hop now is just so blah, BLAW. 

What should the people know about Facing L's? 

I learned the hard way to be humble and patient.  Facing L's is raw. It was recorded during a hard time in my life, it is a reminder of how I used to be. I will never go back to being the person I was then. I saw God many times during that time. Because of what he's shown me and what he's promised me, and what he's doing for me, I can never go back to how I used to be. Don't get me wrong that album is some real dope boy ish, it's pure truth, and I believe in the bottom of my heart and all the way around back to the top, it will help people and will keep people from giving up during their hard time because it's relatable. The best part about it is those people will hear where I was then and see where I am now and they will hang tough. I really believe that. 

Hardest pill to swallow? 

My mom passed away, on God I miss her so much, but I don't want to focus on her passing. I mentioned it because it was a significant event in my life, but there is no need to stay there and dwell on something that has already happened. 

How do you describe my music? 

A conscious flow of bars, why, because everybody has forgotten what real hip hop is. They use it as a means to an end as opposed to a means to a beginning. Hip Hop is a gateway, it allows those who listen to your music see into you, it makes you transparent, transparency is truth, and through that truth your listeners can connect with you and understand you, and it allows you to understand them.

What do you rap about? 

I don't like to rap about guns, drugs, or money and because that's not me. I may reeffeerennccee them because that's what's popular...ppoopular...but that's not me. I recorded 11 songs in the studio one day and I sent them to my manager so he could listen to them.  He sent me four different texts telling me how tough they were but I wasn't getting it, he told me to close my eyes and listen to it as if someone else was rapping....ssshhiiiittt almost made me cry...life bro life...and staying real...thats what's important.

What are you thankful for? 

I am thankful for the person who chooses to listen to my music. I don't like the word fan because that puts the listener below me, when they should be above me. I am nothing without the listener, what is the point of making music if there is nobody to listen to it.  I understand the people who listen to my music are making the choice to do so.  To show that I understand that I will continue to make truth music, to show my appreciation, I won't leave them bored, no one will get bored when you listen to my music. 

If you only had one sentance to introduce yourself as a rapper to a person, what would you say? 

Eminem brought us rap God, but Hip Hop Legendary Super Saiyan sounds cooler...so I'm shooting for that instead EMBRACE YOUR INNER BROLY.

One paragraph to capture the audience and to tell them what you are about? 

My name is Brandon Law. I aspire to be great, but I know I can't get there by myself.  I need a team, I need the fans.  I appreciate every last one of those who listen to my music because I know they don't have too, they make the choice, just like I choose to be honest with and in my music.  I use music as my outlet, as my form of escapism instead of turning to drugs, or abusing women, or being nasty towards others just to make myself feel better. When I'm mad I write a song.  When I'm frustrated I write a song. When I feel hopeless I write a song. When I miss my mom I write a song. When I'm crying I write a song.  When I feel like nobody is listening or I have nobody to talk to I write a song.  That's what true hip hop is, it draws on your deepest emotions. True hip hop makes you feel and it creates an emotional bond between the listener and the artist to the point where they understand each other. My name is Brandon Law, I write with fire and I bleed on the beats.

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