NoxBond Drops his latest single RAMBO


NoxBond Drops his latest single RAMBO

NoxBond is an American rapper who creates Next Level Music based off of his Real Life. NoxBond has been concentrating on punchlines, metaphors, and structure of mainstream rap for some years and has been able to create a unique and dynamic sound that stands out from the typical underground music of hand written cds and closet microphone booths! NoxBond is a perfectionist  and only works with industry standard producers, djs, artists, graphic artists, directors, and equipment!  He has lived in 23 states. His parents divorced at the age of 9, and he left home at the age of 14. This has lead to a completely one of a kind accent and a very powerful and enunciated delivery. NoxBond dropped out in the 8th grade, and scored in the top 1 percentile on a GED pre-test. He turned down an offer for a scholarship at Virginia Tech in order to pursue a career in the music industry. NoxBond has sold over 10,000 cds hand to hand, and his music has been in rotation in clubs in several cities, as well as on college radio, and on BDS registered radio-stations. NoxBond has been on over 30 internationally syndicated mixtapes, and has performed all over the country. He has opened for Durrough Music, Lil Boosie, Trinidad James, Kirko Bangs, and Webbie, and has been featured on Paul Wall's CD "I'm Throwed". He was also on a song co-written by Jamie Foxx and Miraj The RNB Beast called "Don't Hate Me (Official Remix)". NoxBond is currently in the process of promoting and marketing his 100 song album "Best of NoxBond" , 7 hours of uninterrupted and authentic music. He is also running a campaign for his single "Heartbreaker" featuring XXL Freshman Alumni Mickey Factz. Google "NoxBond" and buy the album directly from the search results!

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