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Since middle school, Danari Smith, aka Koowl Fury has been somewhat of a wordsmith. Coming from Flint, Michigan and moving to Indiana later as a teenager, he has seen people of many walks of life, and many feel they can relate to his words. He would write stories and poems in middle school and was often criticized for speaking quite gratingly on controversial issues. After experimenting a little as a writer, he began putting his thoughts to beats during his years in high school and college. After moving to Atlanta, Georgia, he continued work on honing his skills as an emcee for a few years and one day, met Garam Heo, a Korean-American Christian singer/songwriter after meeting him at his job. The two became friends and Garam Heo introduced Koowl Fury to Chris and Craig Reeves, two music producers who founded VIP Sound Circle Entertainment, and to whom Garam Heo was signed. Chris and Craig heard Koowl Fury's music and signed him in 2011 as a Hip-Hop artist. Koowl Fury released his first single "Turn This Life Around" in 2013 and it achieve moderate sucess. A music video was also uploaded to YouTube shortly after its release. Koowl Fury's latest release was his first full studio album "The Era of Koowl", a 15 track album feature music written by Koowl Fury, and produced by Chris and Craig Reeves.


Koowl Fury Releases First Studio Album The Era of Koowl
ATLANTA, GA, April 9, 2014 - After a year in the making, Koowl Fury releases his first studio album The Era of Koowl in digital outlets everywhere. The 15 track album was produced by Chris and Craig Reeves of VIP Sound Circle Entertainment, and also includes Koowl Fury's first single "Turn This Life Around" featuring Jenny Kim. Koowl Fury is an emcee out of Atlanta, GA whose mission is to represent the "normal, everyday person" in his music. Leaving the music glorifying fancy cars, big homes, jewelry and glamour to other artists, his profanity free music still stirs the minds of listeners while remaining accessible to most.
Koowl Fury started experimenting with music in high school after coming off of a stint as a writer. He is originally from Flint, Michigan and moved to Indiana as a teenager with his family. He traveled quite often as a chile, allowing him to gain a good amount of life experience to use in his music. Shortly after moving to Atlanta, Georgia, he met music producers Chris and Craig Reeves and began working towards establishing success as a professional rapper. The Era of Koowl is an album that features a wide variety of music, so listeners will surely find something to grab on to. This album is a culmination of work that represent the "average Joe", and people who appreciate good music with an honest message will certainly appreciateThe Era of Koowl.

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