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The best kept secret in music


"Local Spotlight"

Cleveland native, Atlanta resident Snub (Jerrell Anderson) returns with "The Epidemic", a follow up to 2004's "Shock and Awe". The truth of Snub's talents can be heard on the Spoken Word track "The Media Spin", on which Bill O'Reilly and George W. Bush are attacked for thier responses to the Hurricane Katrina situation. Throughout the 16 track disc, Snub takes aim at the gritty streets, the political system and the struggles of everyday life. The Benedictine graduate makes inroads, combining the bravado of gangster rap with socially conscious lyrics. - Cleveland Plain Dealer, Jan.13, 2006

"Process of Emancipation: Local Spotlight"

With rhymes laid over seminal cuts by acts like Goodie Mob and Dead Prez., "Process of Emancipation" is a twist on the classic mix tape, pairing borrowed beats with fresh rhymes and welcome candor. Throughout the disc, Snub is equal parts braggadocio and self deprecation. In the end, he finds peace in poverty- though this disc may lead him out of it. - Cleveland Scene Magazine March 23, 2003

"Nightwatch: The Epidemic"

Born in Cleveland and now living in Atlanta, Snub is one of the better rappers to come out of these parts. The guy not only flows with the flair of a Jay-Z or Rakim, he's also got a sharp ear for lyrics. He turns in a nifty spoken word performance in "The Media Spin", on which he takes shots at Bush, O'Reilly and even Mayor Jane Campbell. There is also a sensitive side here- as "What We Do" is as introspective as anything by Tupac. - Cleveland Free Times Magazine January 2006


Shawn Kimani, founder Free Forum Xchange-- "Snub is one of the most talented hip hop artists to hit Atlanta in a long time."
Griff, radio personality- 107.9 Atlanta, GA-- "That dude is tight. His lyrics are on point."
Cleveland Scene Magazine-- "..Refreshing". - Various


"Get right or Get left", 2006
"The Epidemic", 2005
"Shock and Awe", 2004
"Purgatory", 2003
"Process of Emancipation" (single "Politics" #1)
"Saliva Monologues"


Feeling a bit camera shy


Born in Cleveland, Ohio, Snub's journey to Hip Hop superstardom began at age 17. In the upcoming years he woulld accumulate numerous accolades and awards. Snub reached the finals in The Source Magazine's Unsigned Hype Battle, was featured in the film Hip Hop 4 Life, and was also labeled "The Total Package" by Cleveland's Scene Magazine. His reputation as a battle rapper began to grow as he was featured in the King's of the Iron Mic show in 2003 and again in 2005. Snub has always displayed a desire to improve his surroundings through his music, as evident by a benefit performance in Central Park in 2003- supporting The United Homeless Organization, and through his involvement with the National Hip Hop Pollitical Convention in 2004. In an effort to reach a broader audience, Snub left Cleveland for the East Coast. Once there, he generated a buzz in the Tri-State area, before finally settling down in Atlanta in late 2004. His success continued in 2005, as he won Amateur night at Club 112 and became the 2-time FFX poetry slam champ at the legendary Apache Cafe, all while still writing screenplays and acting (featured in the improv comedy troupe "The Amazing Racists"). In June of 2006, Snub was informed of his nomination as "Best Male Hip Hop Artist" and "Best Battle Rapper" in's Best of Ohio Contest.
Snub has left an indelible impression on all those fortunate enough to witness his talent. Through thought provoking lyrics ("..when the game stops, the king and the pawn end up in the same box."), witty commentary, and a magnetic personality- Snub has changed the way his listeners listen to Hip Hop.
Snub's influences include: Jay Z, Common, Ice Cube, and The Last Poets.