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NC.ABRAM is a highly influential figure in raps underground scene, Keeping the clever, lyrical, punchline technique popular, his music speaks of colorful rhythms and rhymes of street consciousness & social struggle. The music he creates is intriguing, sporadic, direct, and clearly influenced by some of the best in the music business. With an array of sounds, lyrics & production his style shines with versatility and has caught the eye of many. This has enabled him to win a sturdy and devoted audience who follows all over in support. NC short for NC.ABRAM was born Lawndon Grant at Kaiser hospital on Sunset in Hollywood California on April 3 1987. Raised in Los Angeles, an area noted for its gang violence & police activity his older brother and other family members introduced him to music during Hip-Hops golden era. Nonetheless, he embraced his skills & influences and remained focused throughout the life changing events that discreetly molded his character. Attending Dorsey High School, he developed a unique skill to rhyme using current events in news and society as a central theme of his writings, Meeting several other talented emcees they all formed an early group known as the Hollastarz. Each member different and full of energetic individual talent. It was best decided to apply those gifts in different fields to maximize the success of the group. NC has finally started to receive wider recognition as a creative force. Studying acting at El Camino College immensely built his confidence with being cast in numerous projects and performing in front of large crowds. This assisted his stage presence through the journey performing at underground Hip Hop clubs and company events from Los Angeles to New York City. He has crystallized his reputation with his latest placement on Dj Drama's very first unsigned hype mix tape "3rd Infantry Division" presented by Also NC's notoriety is firmly built on previous mix tape releases such as: The Strive 4 Bank, Open Mic, Hip-Hop’s Finest and his most Recent Angels Devils, stamped by Freeway Ricky Ross and Zulu Nation's Dj Lord Ron. With his name popping up in all the right places many say his literate, intelligent nimbly performed rhymes certainly fit the fashions of the moment. With breakthrough shows and Radio appearances NC’s music has attracted substantial notice for its clever allegory about raps descent into commercially exploitative sex-and-violence subject matter. Looking forward to a bright future he continues to broaden his success with upcoming projects, travels across the states and group activity. NC.ABRAM is the essence of the music he creates and is truly one of Raps leaders in our new generation.


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