LA Hip-hop Rap Artist Huned P Releases Album 'Hard 2 Kill'
For Huned P, hip-hop and rap lives forever, hence, the title of his album release 'Hard 2 Kill'.
- (1888PressRelease) March 25, 2012 - Though Los Angeles-born, hip-hop and rap artist Huned P, is the product of a mother from Louisiana and a father from Arkansas. This is the reason why Huned P developed a rapping style that fuses the West and the South. He forged on with his chosen path, and now, he is a self-made hip-hop and rap artist, cranking out mix tapes, albums, and tracks all over the place.
In 2004, Huned P launched his music via a low-budget independent mix tape titled 'The Southern City Boy'. This has lead to several collaborations with other indie artists. And as Huned P learned the ropes of the rap game, he became fully-equipped to one-up himself. In 2008, his second mix tape 'Uncrowned King' was unleashed. Around this time, he was also getting noticed as his tracks 'Like Al' and 'Fortune's 500' produced by Bishop Moore and Engel Thedford, were featured in independent movies.
To date, Huned P makes a killing with his album 'Hard 2 Kill'. Why the title? It's been said that hip-hop is dead on the West Coast, but Huned P begs to differ. 'As long as there is a pen and paper, hip-hop is hard to kill,' Huned P says.
'Hard 2 Kill' may be a gritty title but Huned P recognizes that without the help and guidance of his Lord and Savior, mother, father, grandmother, manager Chazz, and producer Rubric, he would not be the hip-hop and rap artist that he is now.
Let Huned P fill you in on Los Angeles hip-hop - download his album 'Hard 2 Kill' at iTunes, distributed by JMD Records and INgrooves, a partner of Universal Music Group.