Rawle Gibson's Modeling Jobs, Acting Auditions and Additional Experience
At a time when many are questioning if real hip-hop is dead, here comes an artist whose music answers critics with a definitive hell no. With tracks offering listeners a dose of honesty and openess that has been missing from some of the newer artist,Big Rawle Gibson enters the music scene determined to bring hip-hop back to the industry forefront. Originally from Queens, New York, his musical inspirations draws from the likes of Jay Z, Nas, and Biggie Smalls. Gibson has always had a love for rap since his early teen years, writing his first rap at the age of 8. Equipped with just an old Yamaha keyboard, he also started to create his own beats. Finding his talent in creating keyboard beats, he went on to only producing beats for other local New York artists and stopped writing completely before he found a renewed love for being an MC.
“Music is my passion and I want listeners to realize they can still vibe to good music. I always knew that making music was my dream.” Gibson graduated from Cardozo High School in Queens, New York and then headed south to Hampton University. Now, after a long hiatus, rapper Rawle Gibson is releasing his appropriately titled mix tape Late Start.
“I feel my music marks a return of real, honest hip-hop. I’m appealing to people who have grown tired of the cliché lyrics and images rap artists have been pushing for the last few years. Hip-Hop has lost some of its fans; I’m here to bring them back.” With singles like “Fresh” and “Holding On,” Gibson is getting major buzz on the music scene. Gibson also features his beat production talents on “Better Than Never.” The Late Start mix tape is distributed by 217 Entertainment. Producers include Phunk Schway, Heart Beat, Boy Got Beats and Beats Mcgee.