He claimed to have coined a new genre of rap music Reality Rap. Not feeling that any of the categories or labels attributed to rap artists fit his style; a
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He claimed to have coined a new genre of rap music Reality Rap. Not feeling that any of the categories or labels attributed to rap artists fit his style and personality, Napoleon saw it appropriate to create Reality Rap representing a brand new genre for his music. Indeed, blessed with an uncanny versatility, Da Legend makes songs ranging from up-beat pop and dancehall influenced club bangers to deeply introspective social commentary.
Much like the historical Napoleon figure, his vision is global as he wishes to propagate his sound and conquer the ears of listeners in the four corners of the world. He is currently seeking the right team to materialize his vision and introduce his style of music to the global audience. Napoleon is a tireless perfectionist presently hard at work on his debut album World Conquest, which he describes as his official introduction to the world stage and music scene. Napoleon hopes his album can cause a paradigm shift in the current music scene like Obama was to the political scene.
Da Legends career has taking him to many states and even different countries where he has performed and collaborated with major artists. Napoleon Da Legend has been featured on AllHipHop, HipHopDX, DubCNN, HipHopRuckas, YoRaps, Sixshots just to name a few. Napoleons Deep Cover Track and Music Video a tribute to the late Big Pun was co-signed by Jonathan Hay (SONY) and was used in the promotion of BigPunFilms. He recently was featured on the world famous Roundtable Hiphop Show featured on thisis50.com.
You can now follow him on twitter.com/napoleondaleg for up to the minute news on his feats. He will soon be releasing his debut EP The Myth or the Legend. The Napoleonic era is unraveling in front of your very eyes.
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I'd say a lot of folks from the early days of hip-hop.....they know who they are :)