HIP-HOP ARTIST MARK JUAREZ AKA MIST2'9 TO RELEASE SECOND ALBUM
“Reloaded” Follows Hot On The Heels Of “Stories”, To Be Released Early 2015.
Bakersfield California, United States of America – May 21st, 2014 – Mark Juarez, better known as street rapper Mist2’9 is a producer and songwriter who learned how to play the piano while attending Full Sail University in Florida. He is also a veteran of the U.S. Marines, having served in Afghanistan.
Since then, he has released an album titled Stories, which can be purchased on iTunes for $4.99 and a mix tape, Deeper Thoughts. Currently, Juarez is working on a new album called Reloaded and the date of release will be the beginning of 2015.
Juarez is passionate about his brand of music. When asked, he said, “My music is hip-hop, but I consider it to be a unique brand of hip-hop, because it also has an underground vibe while also being what many would consider elements of the mainstream. I like to drop heavy metaphors with a deep complexity of rhyme schemes to draw listeners in. For me, that’s what makes my music stand out from others. I don’t like to limit myself into just one category.”
Juarez is already a rising star in the hip-hop world as Mist2’9, and has preformed along side with many other artists, including Finatticz, Too Short, DJ Quick and Nicki Minaj. He’s also featured on the Next Up Mix Tape, a compilation of songs from up-and-coming artists. Juarez is also making waves in Europe, featured in YoRaps in an article called Next To Blow: Stories To Tell.
Juarez will be performing live at the Abstract Rude Concert in Bakersfield, CA on May 31st 2014, and has plans to link up with a promoter in Los Angeles to set more live dates in California.
About Mark Juarez
Mark Juarez, also known as street rapper Mist2’9 is from Bakersfield, California. His style mixes the rough, original sounds of the underground with more mainstream styles of rap. Juarez is also a former U.S. Marine who served in Afghanistan and Iraq.
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