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The Facts: this provocative Wichita- based rapper has opened for almost every hip-hop heavyweight to blow through his corner of the Midwest—Nelly, Bone Thugs & Harmony, Cypress Hill, Ja Rule...the list goes on. Aside from having sold over 13,000 copies of his self- released albums, his music has been embraced by program directors over a 4-state radius. (Radio friendly tracks like “Why Do We Cry?” and “Stop Playin’ ” were each KISS 104.7 FM’s “most requested song” for over eight consecutive weeks.) He’s performed on both of DJ Legacy’s Heatwave mixtapes and hooked up with Legacy for the mtvU 2006 Spring Break Celebration— among the other headliners: Lil Wayne, Three Six Mafia and Juelz Santana. He also joined underground heavy hitter Bukshot on his “They Still Don’t Love Me” LP, which features the likes of Bubba Sparxxx, Haystak and Gangsta Black. And no—he’s not “another Eminem”, but he does respect the dude’s talent.

More facts: on “Talent Defender”, his upcoming New Life Records release, he hooks up with such emerging talents as producer Michael “Seven” Summers, r&b crooner Bri-J and charismatic Brooklyn-based rapper MYNORiTY. Whether he’s getting down on club bangers like “Hotel” and “You Want It” or rhyming at-the-speed-of –light (as on the title track), “Talent Defender” is a showcase for his gritty/intense word play and always diverse sound. Not only does his music speak to the ladies as well as to the streets-he has the passion, he has the flow, he has the hits.

All you have to do is listen.


Why this name?
Everyone used to say I was bilistic cause I always did crazy stuff, and I used to box, it was my boxing name, so when I started rappin, I just kept it.
Do you play live?
Yes, all over. We've opened for Nelly, St. Lunatics, Naughty by Nature, Jagged Edge, Cypress Hill, Tech 9, O.D.B., DJ Rectangle & more. As well as been the headliner for over 50 shows in over 15 states.
How, do you think, does the internet (or mp3) change the music industry?
It's a great way to get more people to hear your music. Great way to promote to people you'd otherwise not be able to reach.
Would you sign a record contract with a major label?
Have had offers, but haven't signed anything yet. It's gonna take a very good deal to get me to sign.
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Pro Tools Digi002 Factory Bundle, Waves Diamond Bundle, MPC 4000, Roland Fantom X-8
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