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play lo-fi play hi-fi  Round Here
play lo-fi play hi-fi  Who I Be
play lo-fi play hi-fi  Stray Bullet (The Perspective)
play lo-fi play hi-fi  Wants and Needs
play lo-fi play hi-fi  Drive Me Crazy
play lo-fi play hi-fi  The Streets of Gotham
play lo-fi play hi-fi  The Final Frontier
play lo-fi play hi-fi  Life Choice
play lo-fi play hi-fi  Boiling Point
play lo-fi play hi-fi  Fingerprint
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Also, to purchase a full-length album for a very low price, email me for that as well, paypal accepted.

Shouts to all my people at rapmusic.com, board.rapmusic.com.

Flow-Joe is a lyrical genius. Coming from the mean streets of East Saint Louis, IL, Flow-Joe's music is the perfect combination of catchy lyrics, mind-blowing stories, and personification of life growing up in the hood.

By the way, I use many beats off of soundclick.com, so if you recognize it as yours, let me know and I'll give you credit (I didn't keep up with that info). By the way, strictly for promotion...
Why this name?
Years ago, back in like 1996 I was looking for a rap name for myself. Before this I was a poet and simply went by my own name. I wanted to have a rap name that had "Joe" in it somewhere and started thinking about Flow-Joe once the real "flo-jo" Florence Griffith-Joyner was on the news for something. I started calling myself by it a few times, and it just stuck.
Do you play live?
I haven't performed nowhere nearly as much as I would like to, but have peformed in front of crowds, large and small alike, on several occasions.
How, do you think, does the internet (or mp3) change the music industry?
I think the internet is great for the music industry and for the fans. For the industry because it creates greater exposure for the music. For the fans because the music is so accessible, it forces the artists to stay on their games more.
Would you sign a record contract with a major label?
Of Course, but it has the be the right situation, which is nearly every situation.
Band History:
I've always been a rhymer being I was a poet from childhood. But I guess I officially became a rapper in:

Fall 1997 (wrote my first rap song)
Fall 2000 (recorded my first vocals)
February 2002 (first performance in front of a large crowd)
August 2003 (release first "album")
Your influences?
My musical influences are 2pac, Nas, Biggie, Redman, Jay-Z. My music can be upbeat at time, and "real" sometimes. All depends on what mood I'm in or what mood the beat puts me in.
Favorite spot?
East Saint, nigga
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