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New rapper com'n out of tha Chi-town area.
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C.O. Tha! Bad Black Isola, Mississippi 1984 is when C.O. Tha Bad Black first learned that he had been blessed with the gifts of writing, producing, and rapping. Some of his musical influences were such artist as L.L. Cool J, Run D.M.C., Eric B, and Rakim to name a few. In 1989, he made a transition from the South to Chicago to establish a place for him in the music industry. Soon after his arrival to the “Windy City”, and introduced to a producer by the name of Sound Master T, and started performing nationwide opening up for such artist as Bone Thugs-N-Harmony, 8 Ball and MJG, Mystical, Crucial Conflict, E-40, Outcast, and more with collaborating with fellow underground artist P-Child, JD Walker, C.O.G., Lil’ Chilla of Snypaz, Mony Karlo of T.I.P., Jah Rista, and R & B sensation K.Y.M.. In 1998, C.O. released an E.P. titled “A Good Side & A Bad Side”, along with writing and producing the theme song for Olympic Boxer “Michael Bennett” titled “Chi-town Brawler”, and debuted on HBO’s “K.O. Nation” on Jan 27th, 2001. He also has a song with T.I.P. on Block Armour Records compilation titled “The Best Kept Secrets Vol. 1” available in stores nationwide. Along with rapping, he was featured in the Artisan Entertainment Movie “When Thugs Cry.” When it comes to the hardcore grimy street reality, no one brings this more to life in the game than C.O. Tha Bad Black, just as he did on “Snitchezz: The True Story”, painting a vivid picture against the person who turned state against him, which gave him 4 years in prison that was also featured on Murder Dog Magazine’s compilation “Best of the Best” along with T.I., David Banner, Do or Die, Mike Jones, and Pastor Troy. C.O. was also nominated for “Best Rap Album of the Year” by JPfolks.com titled “When I Hit The Bricks” named “One of The Best Albums of the Year” by Murder Dog Magazine as well, where is has been review by numerous times. He has recently released a mix tape titled “King of the Delta: From Isola to Chicago” which featured guest appearances from Devin The Duke, , Turk from Hot Boys, C-BO, Dennis Hof from The Bunny Ranch & HBO show The Cat House, Arch Bishop Don Magic Juan, DJ Polo, and Kastro from Outlawz. Along with working on his upcoming album titled “Welcome 2 Chi-Sola”, giving his fans the best of the South and Midwest in one package.
Run D.M.C., Tu Pac, Rakim, Ray Charles, Stevie Wonder, Aritha Franklin, N.W.A., and many more talented black artist that paved the way for me to make the music I do for my fans.
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