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Runaway @ "Revelation Generation"

Frenchtown, New Jersey, USA

Frenchtown, New Jersey, USA

Runaway @ "Revelation Generation"

Frenchtown, New Jersey, USA

Frenchtown, New Jersey, USA

Runaway @ "Beach Blaze"

Ocean Grove, New Jersey, USA

Ocean Grove, New Jersey, USA

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"Runaway is far from being an artist that runs away from the issues of living. His artistic style focuses on the diversities of life while consciously taking into consideration what his lyrics would mean to the younger generation. While exercising his calling to be at the forefront of his own life examples to deliver a message that will convert negatives into positives; Runaway doesn't tarnish the art of hip hop music ~ he enhances it." - iFlow Magazine

"Runaway's performances demonstrate his concern with the messages that today's youth are receiving through music, and his dedication to providing an alternate and more positive perspective. He is a Christian and a rapper but prefers not to set limits on the scope of his music, which he believes has the power to reach beyond its origins on the street." - NJ Courier News


Runaway's music is currently aired on radio & internet stations worldwide.

2009 - Violence In The Kingdom ~ pending (Runaway / Independent)
2008 - More To Life-EP (Runaway / Independent)
2008 - Another Level (DJ Blaster/Puerto Rico)
2007 - Red Carpet ~ El Triunfo (Abdi-L Reggaeton / Independent)
2007 - Rapfest Presents (Brothers Inc)
2007 - Evolution Musik Presents (Evolution Musik)
2006 - No Me Conocen (Runaway Reggaeton / Independent)
2005 - R.I.P. Forever maxi-single (Runaway / Independent)
2005 - A.P.O.C. (Independent) "A.P.O.C. Anthem featuring Runaway"
2005 - Mark 9:23 (DJ Zilla / Belgium) "Warriors"
2004 - Smokey Mirrors (Runaway / Independent)
2003 - Quest (Harold B. / MTR) "Winner remix featuring Runaway"
2003 - Guess Who's Back (DJ Kutz / Independent) featuring Runaway
2002 - Clap 2 This (Harold B. / MTR) "Clap 2 This featuring Runaway"

2008 - "Against All Odds" from "Violence In The Kingdom" album
2006 - "Lights Out Video" - P.O.D. / Atlantic Records
2006 - "Warriors" video featuring Harold B.
2004 - Harold B. "Clap 2 This" video featuring Runaway

2005 - NJ News12 interview & performance w/ Della Crews
2004 - NJ News12 interview w/ Della Crews

Theatrical Credits:
2007 - All In One Week (Director)
2006 - Unaverage Joe (Director & Cast)
2006 - Last Living Supper (Cast)
2004 - Passion of the Christ (Cast)
2003 - The Essence of Death & Life (Cast)
2002 - Godspell (Cast)
2001 - Gone With The Wind To Heaven or Hell (Cast)
1999 - Rock and a Hard Place (Cast)



From AWOL to Front Line Warrior.
Bear witness to this enormous metamorphosis.

Despite his dysfunctional upbringing and history of civil disobedience, Runaway has been able to accept that which many people fail to realize they are created for: a Purpose!! This purpose is what enables Runaway to create crafty radio friendly songs that encourages the listener to gravitate towards, or to at least consider, the sober side of life.

As a featured artist for 721 Productions - NY, Runaway regularly opens for mainstream rappers "Papoose," "Styles P.," & "Remy Martin". This arrangement continues to allow Runaway to run through the boundaries that have previously restricted the positive light from shining in nightclubs.

In addition to performing throughout the United States, Runaway provides "Motivational Speaking and Entertainment services" for public school systems, correctional facilities, and youth intervention agencies. The theme of Runaway's program is called “More To Life…” which simply encourages the youth to explore life beyond the glorified antisocial lifestyles.

Thousands of units later, Runaway’s full length debut, “Smokey Mirrors,” continues to sell and has allowed him to be featured on the front page of the “Encourager”, a newsletter in the Fire Fighting community, for his tribute to fire fighters entitled “Eyes of a Hero.” Runaway not only appeared in several TV News interviews and performances but he also went on to become the “2004 Battle Of The Bands” winner over 50 bands from NY, NJ, and PA.

Runaway was the recipient of the 2005 “Respect Individual Potential” Community Award in NJ & Harold B.’s “Clap 2 This”, which featured Runaway, received an AGMA award for “Best Video of the Year.”
You can catch Runaway on various mixtapes worldwide.

In a world that’s stale with duplication, it is without a doubt that Runaway’s concepts, lyrics, and delivery will compliment the Hip Hop genre and give it a desperately needed breath of fresh air.

It's not about what you're running from…
It's about what you're running to…
So start running !!