Monday, August 20, 2012



Wreck-A-Mic was destined to be a star from the age of 16 when he first began to rap and write. Starting out on his local hip-hop circuit, performing in talent shows, at open-mic nights, freestyle battles, and other artist showcases; Wreck-A-Mic quickly became known for his heavy vocabulary, hard punchlines, clever wordplay, and hustler's mentality; which has moved him into arenas, performing for thousands of people and opening for such acts as Dorrough, Soulja Boy, Juelz Santana, and Scarface respectively. In the Fall of 2008, Wreck-A-Mic released the college party anthem, Peep The Way I Strut featuring Teflon & Magno aka Magnificent.

The popularity of that song propelled Wreck-A-Mic to the forefront of the Dallas/Ft Worth club music scene and opened the door for countless live performances. That same year, Wreck-A-Mic teamed up with Paul Wall on the song It Goes Down which is now licensed with EA Sports for their MMA video game. Over the years, Wreck-A-Mic has not only formed a loyal and strong fan base around the Dallas/Fort Worth area because of his talents and good music, but has also earned respect for his strength of character shown through charity work in the community which has been recognized in the Quick DFW publication.

This home-grown, dynamic artist illustrates the future of music because he has not forgotten where he came from. Wreck-A-Mic can be described as a universal talent through his ability to bridge the gap between underground hip-hop and the mainstream, which has captured a diverse crowd that loves his melodic themes, as well as his undeniable ability to get people on the dance floor. Wreck-A-Mic's staying power was shown with his last single, Ziploc Fresh. Produced by platinum hit maker 2 Much of Dorrough's Ice Cream Paint Job fame, Ziploc Fresh kept dance floors packed and secured Wreck-A-Mic as an undeniable force in this industry by receiving radio play on satellite, internet, and college based formats.

In 2011, Wreck-A-Mic appeared on The Official UNT Cypher presented by the Campus Kingz Djs last year as well as featured on a number of other artist's singles and mixtapes including Chalie Boy's Versatyle Child 3. Wreck-A-Mic's appearances on over 250 notable DJ's mix-tapes have built much anticipation for his upcoming solo releases: "Return Of The Grizzly" with Dj Da Hitman (Core Djs/Swurv Radio/Coast 2 Coast) and "Wreck-A-Mic Is...God Of Flow 3". Wreck-A-Mic's previous solo releases include 2010's "Wreck-A-Mic Is...Grizzly Bear Adams" with Da Hitman (Core Djs/Swurv Radio/Coast 2 Coast), which boasted 69,564 hits on alone, 2010's "Wreck-A-Mic Is...God of Flow 2" which received 31,947 hits respectively and 2009's "Wreck-A-Mic is...God of Flow" with Campus Kingz dj frosty, which is considered a classic by fans.





4 comments to “Wreck-A-Mic ”

  • December 12, 2012 at 7:01 PM
    Da' Hitman says:

    Dope article - good read all the way through. I'd love to read your feedback on "Return Of The Grizzly"

  • December 12, 2012 at 7:29 PM
    mscurry414 says:

    Mos def I will do one on it.

  • December 12, 2012 at 7:30 PM
    mscurry414 says:

    Mos def I will do one on it.

  • August 20, 2017 at 8:24 AM
    Anonymous says:

    We recorded some audio for an interview. Where is that?

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