MullyMan, born Kevin Muldrow is Bmore's most nationally recognized hip hop artist. In 2010, MullyMan's videos "Home To Stay" and "She Hurtin Em" were featured on MTV JAMS, MTV2, and Music Choice. In 2009 his video "I Go Harder" achieved those same accolades. MullyMan was also featured on MTV JAMS "Hood Fab" segment "D.C. Vs. Baltimore" edition were he competed against Wale.The nickname "Mr. Magazine" was given to MullyMan after gracing the pages of XXL Magazine "Show and Prove" section, New York Times, The Source, Blender, XLR8R, Murda Dog, Flywire, The Baltimore Sun, Music Monthly, The City Paper, and countless others.
MullyMan was featured on HBO’s The Wire…”and all the pieces matter” soundtrack released by Nonesuch records/Warner Music Group (January 8, 2008) providing the lead rap single "The Life, The Hood, The Streets". Along with this single, MullyMan had three songs featured on season 4 of “The Wire” and one song featured in season 5.
Along with these many accolades, MullyMan has collaborated on songs with noted artists such as Sean Paul (Atlantic Records), The Clipse (Star Track), Freeway (Rocafella Records) Memphis Bleek (Rocafella Records) and Ghost Face Killa of the Wu Tang Clan(Def Jam). He's no stranger to FM radio or XM/Sirius Radio. Based on Nielsen BDS (Broadcast Data Systems) reports show in 2009 his singles "I Go Harder" and "She Hurtin Em" were not just being played regionally but nationally. He has done interviews for many FM radio stations as well XM/Sirius "Lip Service" w/ Angela Yee, "G-Unit Radio" w/ Miss MiMi and XM/Sirius "The Takeover" w/ DJ Celo.
As for live performances, MullyMan has been a regular fixture in the Baltimore scene and throughout the D.M.V. (D.C., Maryland, and Virginia) but on a national scale, he has opened up in concert for artists such as Trey Songz, Ludacris, T-Pain, Nicki Minaj, Maino, Jim Jones, Cassidy, Baby Sham, Freeway, and Memphis Bleek.
While staying busy on the road, MullyMan has made time to record independent releases such as “Mullymania” (Album released in the summer of 2005), “Still H.I.M” (Mixtape released in the summer of 2006), “Industry Invasion” (released in the summer of 2007), “The Return” (released spring of 2008), His mixtape series "wiRemix" Vol.1-3 (Released throughout 2009). "Harder Than Baltimore" (Released summer 2010)
2009 shaped up to be a great year for MullyMan as The Baltimore City Paper crowned MullyMan "The Hip Hop Artist of the Year". Although still unsigned by a major record label, MullyMan still continues to be a force in the music industry by managing his independent label Major League Unlimited.