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Affecionately reffered to as The Ville, Brownsville is reputed as one of
the toughest sections of Brooklyn. Boasting such notorious projects as:
Langston Hughes, Marcus Garvey, Howard, Tilden, Vandike and Atlantic
Towers, The Ville is famous for its fair share of 'villains' . On this
Elliot Hardamon has distinguished himself as Brooklyn's Last Elite
Standing Soldier; and only is he a soldier of fortune but the commander
and chief, with lethal lyrical fire power guranteed to leave the
opposition smoking, smoldering, and submerged in ashes.
Bless enjoyed a typical urban childhood. The product of a single parent
home, he is the last of four boys and like his older brothers, Bless was
beckoned to the street like the call of the wild and like delved deep
into the dark and dangerous depths of hustleville and all that the fast
life meant as a youth. Brownsville's terrain of turmoil and terror was
the "bootcamp" that provided basic training in survival tactics and
combat techniques. After his eldest brother fell on the frontline, a
casualty of urban warfare, a vacancy was left in the ranks... At target
practice in the park, on back staircases, and rounding off in the
square, Bless's lyrical assault was met with the same reaction; "yo you
nice, you mad talented, you blesses; and so emerged his battle-tag! .
Scorhing the streets leavning fiends teaking and twiching in anicipation
of the next hit, is the premier release of crack: Substance Abuse Volume
One , an underground bomb that sends shrapnel across the Hip-Hop front.
Heralded by M.T.V. And listed on their web site as one of the best
mix-tapes on the streets, this mortar explodes with a barrage of deadly
delivery. "Back Yard" (released also on video), "Take the city", and
Matrix. Are few of the landmark records. Currently in production and set
for a new mixtape launch, his next guided missile features the tracks;
Life Story and Regular shit that continue to tell this warrior's tale.