BULLET, BEST RAPPER UNSIGNED
Born in the South and raised in the Southwest, Bullet whose name is an acronym for Before U Let Lives End Touch has been creating a movement in Arizona for more than a decade. Catering to the streets and the mainstream scene Bullet has ultimately decided to take his career to the next level in the last few years. Bullet started his career at the young age of 14, under management he began performing at various clubs throughout the valley and opening up for acts such as Rapping4Tay, Nasty Boy Click and many others, earning a name for himself, he has performed at over 50 venues and 100 shows, including opening up for national acts such as Warren G, Ginuwine and Ludacris in 2004. Wanting more of the limelight, Bullet moved on to open up for Kurtis Blow in 2006 and Bow-Wow in 2007. This still was not enough for this promising artist. With his groundbreaking album "Royalty" in 2008, Bullet has set his mark on the Arizona scene and in one year had performed at over 30 showcases including opening up for Bone Thugs-n- Harmony, Lil Scrappy and Ice Cube in one year, 2009, Bullet took time off to work on his upcoming release, but still made time to perform at over 20 showcases that featured performances All Star weekend with Suga Free and E-40. Bullet ended the year with an explosive show opening up for Juvenile and a tribute to Michael Jackson with his remake of "Thriller" at The Write Up's Michael Jackson Tribute Showcase at Club PHX. Bullet has been featured in numerous newspaper articles in the last few years including the Arizona Informant, Arizona Republic and The Write Up. All articles written have been for his performances and contributions at non profit events in the community. His passion for writing has given him a catalog of over a 1000 songs written and over 200 original songs recorded. He is versatile, a entertainer and a writer who is able to write any genre of music that touch basis on topics like no other artist makes him the complete package. He is focused on not just bringing a change to Hip-Hop but also changing lives. With a fan base that continues to grow each year, expanding to a larger market Bullet should be a household name for years to come.