Bobby Creekwater - You Know The Name

Posted 8 years ago
Producer:
Addeboy vs. Cliff
Album:
Anthem 2 The Streets Vol III: Bobby Creekwater is The Future

Shady/Interscope artist Bobby Creekwater splashed onto the scene in late ’06 when he appeared on several track off of the Eminem mix-album, The Re-Up.  A little over a year later, Creekwater continues to grind hard, showing label brass he has what it takes to help the Shady Empire (Em, where you at?).  Since the most important phase of breaking a new artist is branding, Creekwater has taken it upon himself to make sure You Know The Name.  On the new track off his Anthem 2 The Streets Vol III: Bobby Creekwater Is The Future mixtape, the Atlanta-born MC stresses his daily grind through a checklist of to-do’s, changing his vocal inflections accordingly over a beat by Swedish duo, Addeboy vs. Cliff.  Creekwater’s solo debut, A Brilliant Mistake, currently has no release date.

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