‘Kill the R.I.G.H.T. People’ Available Now
Decatur, Georgia – April 11, 2017 – As the late, great Aaliyah once said, “Age ain’t nothing but a number.” While she was singing about something different than Big Paul E’s situation, it’s still agreed upon. Big Paul E may be a older than many of the other rappers currently in the game, that isn’t a big concern for him. He feels that with all he has been through in his life, his age has nothing to do with his musical creativity.
A former member of Menace to Society and Smoove Villains, Big Paul E has been around the block when it comes to the hip hop scene. In ’95 he decided it was time for him to go solo and from then on out he’s been churning out rhymes including 2010’s SEEDS which will be re-released this coming year, and his current mixtape Kill the R.I.G.H.T. People.
While his time spent as part of formative hip hop groups has given him the foundation to continue his career, it is the adversities that have shaped his willpower to succeed in life. He’s overcome every curve ball thrown his way; homelessness, incarceration, and even parallelization by way of police negligence. He notes of his struggles, “At one point, I had given up. Felt like the world had beaten me. I put down my pen and starting believing everyone else that I didn’t have it. I almost let them win. But deep in me, I couldn’t stop! So I just thought of doing the type of music that was on my heart, instead of what people thought I should make to satisfy them. I started rapping the truth, not that I wasn’t before, just on a different perspective.”
Big Paul E is a talent, a fighter, an emcee who will not give up. He wants to continue to churn out positive rhymes, inspire older musicians that their time is not up, fight to combat homelessness and help those in need and of course one day accept a Grammy as the oldest rapper ever to do so.
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A former member of Menace to Society and Smoove Villains, Big Paul E knows his fair share when it comes to hip hop. He also knows what it means to hit rock bottom and climb up with very little help. He’s been homeless, locked up and even paralyzed – but none of that has stopped him from pursuing his career, even this late in the game.
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