Wreck1

Hip Hop's Bart Simpson capturing fans by combining clever, sick, insightful, humorous lyrics over catchy, ill, bass heavy beats. Wreck1 began rhyming just to make parodies of top 40 songs in his pre teen years. At sixteen, Wreck1 began taking hip hop more serious as he began to battle locally under different aliases before settling on his graffiti tag as his rap name. He then found himself on stage at national competitions spanning from New York to Seattle. Using the internet as a tool long before MySpace and YouTube, Wreck1 began building a buzz by using hip hop message boards to connect with artists throughout the country and the rest of the world. He then began using that fan base to book himself on tours throughout the USA. Wreck1 has been booked at notable venues from the Knitting Factory (New York City), The Rave (Milwaukee), Webster Theatre (Hartford, CT), and The Columbia City Theatre (Seattle, WA). Wreck1 has also collaborated on songs with artists from New York and Atlanta to the United Kingdom and Belgium. Wreck1's debut mixtape is now available on Datpiff.com and is entitled 8 Bits and Cheatcodes. It features beats from Mr. Porter of D-12 and Rockwilder.

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