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NEW Music Submission - RichSoFresh - Being Kool - TEEN IMPACTED BY FRIENDSHIP & MY ONLY OPTION - OVERCOMING DOUBT







Richard Seeram aka RichSoFresh, was born on April 7, 1991 in Bronx, New
York during the peak of the hip hop era. At the age of 17, RichSoFresh
began pursuing rap, although it wasn't originally a career choice for
him at the time. Intrigued by words and the magnetic power they
possess, RichSoFresh began writing by extensively journaling the events
in his life on a daily basis back when he was in middle school.
Transitioning into high school, his gift only became more concrete as
RichSoFresh's ability to formulate words was evident by the enthusiasm
he entailed when it came to writing papers. RichSoFresh didn't choose
rap, but instead rap chose him. Admiring the likes of Jay-Z and Lil
Wayne, RichSoFresh was determined to conquer rap by any means. He
started implementing his lyrical talent at several spoken word events,
and his name began circulating throughout the community.
RichSoFresh enrolled in college and majored in liberal arts, while
working part-time. After no longer taking an interest in liberal arts,
RichSoFresh sustained full-time employment, and continued to stay
dedicated to making music by focusing diligently on his craft despite
the doubt of others. Heavily inspired, he went to “The Institute Of
Audio Research” to further fulfill his passion for music. It was there
that he took full advantage of the studio, and successfully recorded
his first two tracks entitled “Go Hard” and “Take It” (Prod. by
NetherBeats) which enabled him to develop a small buzz and dedicated
fan base.
In June 2015, RichSoFresh was featured in the Freshman Class 2015
summer issue of XXL MAGAZINE (page 63 upper right hand corner) and his
EP entitled “Set In Stone,” was released on June 4, 2015. Staying on
his grind, in July 2015, RichSoFresh submitted one of his songs to Rude
Boy Magazine and Rude Boy Clothing Brand, two separate companies who
have joined together in a partnership to offer exclusive sponsorships
to selected artists around the world. Recognizing his undoubtable
talent, RichSoFresh was one of the artists chosen to be sponsored by
the company. RichSoFresh was also featured on the “Next Up Mixtape
Volume 295,” and the “We Workin Mixtape Volume 197,” with his debut
song: “Being Kool”. RichSoFresh was also prominent in his first ever
blog on the www.dahiphoplace.com website. Currently, RichSoFresh
resides in Brooklyn, and is working on his highly anticipated album due
for release in 2016, and he has a new video that is Heat Of The Week at

www.jaywaninc.com. Stay tuned for upcoming projects, features, and

debut releases from RichSoFresh. Want to know more about RichSoFresh?
Go to www.Richsofresh.com. For all booking inquiries please contact
RichSoFresh at Kingrich145@aol.com.




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