TraCe-O
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• 2009 Released His First Album “The Black Pill”
• Music Video “Smile” was the most viewed video from 4/11 to 4/17 on www.Allbmorehiphop.com
• 2011 Released “Get 2 Know TraCe-O” the Mixtape
• Has been interviewed by WWS Mag, All Bmore Hip Hop & Blue Rain Productions
• Has shared the stage with Beanie Sigel & Freeway.
• In 2011 Hosted DJ Jabril’s “Melt Da Pyrex” Vol. 2 (made it into known local stores such as Sports Zone, Street Info & Cashland)
• 2012 Released “#SpeedBallin” the Mixtape Featuring Tone Chiefa

* 2013 Performed at Coppin State Homecoming with Yo Gotti and Melody Fiona

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When TraCe-O releases a project, his feedback usually sounds something like this, “TraCe-O doesn’t sound like the typical Baltimore Rapper”. “I love that response to my music because I hate to be put in a box or be categorized.” “I’m just giving you my viewpoint on life and putting out music that everyday people can relate to” explains TraCe-O. “I like to make music that will motivate and inspire people to keep pushing, despite their situations.” Equipped with a polished radio ready voice and an all or nothing mindset, this truth telling rapper is destined to become a household name. TraCe-O has separated himself from the local scene and is looking to go toe-to-toe with the best of them. Born In Woodlawn, Maryland, TraCe-O began rapping at a young age as a hobby. During his High School years, he began recording music for his peers to listen to. This is when people began noticing his talent. Tragedy almost destroyed any future for TraCe-O, as he was in a near fatal car accident, in which he broke his neck and suffered serious injuries to his spleen. Surviving the accident allowed TraCe-O to appreciate life and gave him a second chance to get closer to his dream. “God kept me alive for a reason, I believe it’s to offer my testimony and share my thoughts with the world through music.”