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I am MrE, Bronx, NY is my city, Hip-Hop's the genre, but none of the mainstream, but more of that real $#!+ that there used to be more of, Recently returned to Hip-Hop after a three year hiatus, which my new single, "Prodigal Son" pretty much details. So far, I scored a lot of airplay, features on chi-bangerz.com and doingjusticeishine.com, Coast 2 Coast Mixtapes Presents: #MakinMoves Mixtape Vol. 345 and more. 'Mr.E is definitely a disciplined artist. He works on his craft daily and that's why he is known as the "Prodigal Son". Take a listen to this strong sampled track from Mr.E as he speaks those BX rhymes.'  -DJ iShine - Doing Justice iShine (LLC). Hip-Hop tried to woo me since the late '80s with the likes of Chubb Rock, Big Daddy Kane and Positive K, to name a few...but I was all about the King of Pop, R.I.P. Mid '90s, Hip-Hop came back at me with her A game, throwing 2Pac, Biggie, Lost Boyz, Kris Kross, MC Lyte, Bone Thugs N Harmony and such at me, breaking me down. Then she went in for the kill, with the Dog, DMX. I was done. I bought that It's Dark and Hell is Hot and I never been the same ever again. For the first time ever, I no longer wanted to just listen to Hip-Hop records. I wanted to write 'em, too. Don't think the world's yet to witness what I'm fully capable of as a lyricist, so...stay tuned, however, "Prodigal Son" is appearing to be my major head-turner. Right now, just got my eye on this game like an assasin. You can expect a mixtape soon, followed by the video to "Prodigal Son" and, uh, maybe an album, if not, another single. I just started the Our Voice series where it's lyrics over beats and not vice versa, inspired by you, the fans. Think of it as my audio blog. So, if you must remember anything, let it be these two: remember my sign and remember that the darkness cometh.

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