Guaranteed to entertain, the new ghetto CNN, Popcorn (that’s right *POPCORN*, his personality is just as unforgettable as his name) is broadcasting live from the corner.
Popcorn’s musical influences, much like his life, (born in Jackson Michigan raised in Northern California, by the way of Memphis Tennessee) derive from every coast. Artists such as Tupac, Mac Dre, E-40, M.C. Breed, J. Dilla, D.J. Quik, NWA, MJG & 8ball, UGK, plus many many more have been instrumental in shaping this burgeoning emcees style. Yet, despite being a hip-hop addict, Popcorns love for music goes even deeper than rap. Fall through the “trap spot” on any given night and you can catch him singing line for line with the likes of Bobby Womack, Willie Hutch, Lamont Dozier, and his personal favorite Marvin Gaye, to name a few. Bringing a fresh new energy to the hip-hop community and beyond, Popcorns records illustrate the many aspects of life, from the gritty day to day struggles to simply rolling up and enjoying life. As a performer, his animated stage presence and larger than life persona immediately captures audiences. He is an emcee that truly delivers from the studio to the stage.
For this young Popcorn Hustla, there is no other option, music is his destiny. In his own words “I got no choice but to Popcorn till the day I get on pimpin. Its more than just words, it’s my life in every song. So pour you a glass of cognac, roll up a sack, and let this shit slap! Yadidii!”