“CRUNCH BAND”By Using Lyrical Word Play And Content I Created Original Hip-Hop From Battle Rap

Upcoming artist Crunch is on a journey of presenting the audience with the best essence of modern-day hip hop and rap with his song, “Lethal“. The song is set in the mood of a battle rap, that instantly captivates the listeners with his rhythmic verses and intense lyrical content. The artist makes sure that his thematic content is spot on as he delivers a lyrical verse that is unparalleled. The song is from his album Lethal  and comprises a thematic flow that is consistent and engrossing. With lyrics so relatable, it makes a significant impact as a cultural element in the scope of hip hop and rap. The audience is always looking for music that they can resonate with in terms of music as well as lyrics. This song in particular caters to all kinds of audience demand and allows them to enjoy musical recreation like no other. 
You’ve seen Los Angeles rapper Crunch in Tupac Shakurs music videos, “Holla If You Hear Me”, “I Get Around” and “Keep Your Head Up”. Crunch was Tupac’s photo double on John Singleton’s movie Poetic Justice, starring Tupac and Janet Jackson. Crunch is driving the mail truck and doing the fight scenes. Now Crunch presents himself, It’s Crunch Time!


Hip Hop Artist Crunch Releases New Single While Highlighting Behind The Scenes Career L.A Artist Highlights His Behind The Scenes Career With Tupac & Christina Milian 

 Los Angeles based hip hop artist Crunch steps into the spotlight with his latest single. “Twerk & Roll,” is the lead single off the album Lethal, released to all major streaming networks on July 22, 2020. The single and album are also available on the artist’s website. The artist released a music video for the lead single to YouTube on August 2, 2020.

 Crunch has had a long-standing career behind the scenes tied to some of music’s biggest acts. He was a stand-in and double for Tupac Shakur in his movies. This includes John Singleton’s: Poetic Justice, Above The Rim, and Menace to Society. Crunch made cameo appearances in Tupac’s music videos “I Get Around,” and “Keep Your Head Up.” He describes his time with the infamous rapper as “A cool learning experience, I learned what to do; what not to do.” He had his hand in Madonna’s current manager Guy Oseary getting his start. Guy is currently Madonna’s manager and the owner of Maverick Records. Crunch also worked behind the scenes with Christina Milian. She appeared in his music video “Turn It Up,” at thirteen years old.

 To date Crunch has released four records and two mixtapes. He plans to make an impact with his latest release and also highlighting his years behind the scenes.



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