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Yamil Lebron with a Rock Rap Record






Yamil Lebron was born on March 20, 1982 in Dugway, UT. In literal terms, he's a Military brat. Yamil Lebron was raised in Stuggart and Darmstadt Germany were he spent most of his childhood years before finally residing in Killeen, TX with his two beautiful children. Due to his family's Military background, Yamil Lebron saw and was embraced by many beautiful cultures including the south region being more influential to his upbringing. Living in Alabama, Huntsville and Montgomery to say the least, also spending time in San Juan y Vega Baja, Puerto Rico, Ft. Polk Louisiana and yet finding a place to call home. Killeen/Ft. Hood was his final destination to where he pursued a higher education to be fully committed in earning his Bachelors of Science from Tarleton State University emphasizing on Kinesiology and Business Administration in 2008.
1993 is when he fell in love with HIP-HOP purchasing his first album, 36 Chamber's by Wu-Tang Clan. He then proceeded to buy more American music a few times a week adding to his collection. Influenced by all nine members from the historic group Wu-Tang, he then began to magnetize his ears towards the East Coast emcees, including Rakim, Big Daddy Kane, KRS-ONE, Nas, Heavy D, Naughty by Nature, Redman, Queen Latify, Mc lyte, Biggie, Talib Kweli, Common, Mos Def to name a few. He strongly believes that Brooklyn, New York weighs in as the top notch emcees. He then gravitated his ears towards the West Coast to where he was influenced by the vivid pictures displayed by most of the Emcees including, 2Pac, Snoop Dog, The Dog Pound, Mack 10, N.W.A., Mc Eight, just to name a few. His biggest influence came from the sound and vibe that the West Coast were creating at that time. The South is where everything came together musically for him. Influenced by Scarface, Willie D, MJG, Eightball, OutKast, Three Six Mafia, K-Rino, Z-Ro, S.U.C, and Slim Thug just to name a few.
Joe Budden is his biggest inspiration cause he finally found someone displaying the feelings he felt inside. And that's where Yamil Lebron picked up the pen and the pad to display that passion is parallel to pain.
Yamil Lebron is giving you hip hop soul and blues in a rap form. Originality is key! Raw honesty and emphasizing a vivid picture displaying passion so parallel to pain. He insists that his voice is for those who feel exactly how he feels so that fans who are able to relate with no hesitation can have a bond with an artist. Reality, pure emotions, honesty, being personal, authentic, and true is what Yamil Lebron is representing.




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