King B 5050
Brandon “King B” Binion was born in Chicago Illinois. After moving to Clarkston GA at the age of seven Brandon began socializing with a group of young men from his elementary school. This group of young men eventually became members of the Elite Brothers of NBOBA Inc. While most of the organization began organizing politically in Detroit, King B remained in Clarkston with a small faction calling themselves the New Black Order (NBO), and started an entertainment branch of the N.B.O.B.A called NBO Records. After releasing several mix tapes, including the local favorite the New Black Order, King B joined a local rap group, calling themselves the Jump Out Boys, and attained a local cult like following. The Jump Out Boys dissolved after drug abuse, and prison began claiming the other members of the group. King B knew as a member of the Elite Brothers of N.B.O.B.A, he had a responsibility to be a positive member of his community but also create the type of music that would appeal to every element of the youth in urban centers world wide. King B began strengthening his ties to the organization he helped build, and started writing for a solo debut. As if perfect timing was in his destiny, Mohammed Luwemba (founder of N.B.O.B.A) moved back to Atlanta from Detroit and began tapping the Atlanta Branch of the N.B.O.B.A for revenue streams - the one with the most potential outside the stock market being, NBO records. King B’s first single and video “fuck rap”, a reflection of his struggles in music will be available for viewing and purchase online at www.nborecords.com on August 1st , as well as on itunes. He will soon be following up with the passionate smash single “You”, and the club banger “Go time”. King B with his movie star appeal and music every man, and woman can relate to, is poised to take the internet, and world by storm with his music.