A young man aware of the fast life world of drugs and money, he quickly developed from an innocent young man or little pup to a vicious pit bull. Paralleled with his reddish complexion and aggressive nature, his Harlem neighborhood coined him the nickname Red Nose, after the Red Nose Pit Bull.
He’s just like every other dude down the block, just way Flyer. Taking his street business sense and utilizing the skills he earned when obtaining his bachelor’s degree in business, he is sure to be on his way to success and accomplishments referencing moguls like Russell Simmons as his inspiration. While in pursuit of a lucrative career in music, fashion, and film, Harlem Red is also working diligently to acquire a developmental youth program that will allow him the chance to help under privileged children achieve their dreams.
Before his mainstream breakthrough he was popular from Hip Hop DVD’s and Mixtapes such as SUB Zero DVD, Uncut DVD, Shady Record’s: Fight Club and Desert Storm and Jack The Ripper Mixtapes. It was through these outlets, Harlem Red was able to see the need and demand for his story to be told through his music. Prince of The Struggle, one whom many may have felt couldn’t and wouldn’t make it, is making his Royal presence known widely throughout NYC. Getting the approval and support of one of NYC’s biggest DJ’s, DJ Envy, DJ C. Lo and one of NYC's well known event hostess Lady El (1st Lady of the Murda Mamis), Harlem’s own Red Nose is more than a rapper on the come up but a businessman on the Rise.
In the land of Harlem USA, there has never been someone so lyrical or has done it as great as Rapper BIG L, but with the new wave of music and the change in the music industry Harlem Red is bound to be crowned and known for his greatness. His music is told to youth and communities that continue to see hardships and have a need for inspiration and reassurance to no know that one of their own can make it. Harlem Red is a perfect example of how someone can succeed and turn their lives around. Check for “The Prince of Harlem” to bring you something special really soon. He is an artist that is always working and perfecting the craft that will make his name one never forgotten.
“I had to Fight for my crown like many other’s. I feel I‘ve done so much and have so much more to accomplish so therefore I’ll be the Prince, for now.”
Check out Harlem Reds new video for his song “Harlem Is”: http://youtu.be/h-SuSeFyDqs
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