Perseverance Accapella Aim/GR Soldier, spittin it liveeee!! 

"After filming footage for new video "BUSINESS" walking around downtown raliegh all day I managed to have enuff energy left for this accapella so stay tuned for the release of BIZZ and in the meantime enjoy this , filmed and edited by capital X"

Hip-Hop is All About Perseverance by AK47

What all underground rappers know is that to get heard takes perseverance, and that is why our twenty five year old AIM hip-hop prodigy, aptly named Perseverance, has overcome all the many hardships in his life and is spitting lyrical fire with some of the illest cats in underground hip-hop today. Perseverance has had his share of hard knocks in his life from a neglected childhood to a drug dependent adolescence of broken dreams to the past year, in which the sensitive an spiritual emcee went to hell and back. 
Perseverance hasn't only been cursed with hardship in his life because he has also been blessed with the ability to turn this hardship to his advantage, which has earned him the name Perseverance. This is perhaps why he has such a profound interest in survivalism because his life has always been a struggle for survival itself. He wears the physical and emotional scars he has earned as though they were medals of honour. This is because he recognizes the fact that strength is restored by wounding. .

This deeply spiritual creativity which Perseverance possesses, not to mention his natural charisma, has enabled him to win the hearts and minds of various underground emcees who have contributed to his pending début album, Perseverance's United Division. Perseverance said: ”I was motivated, driven, focused and proud to have the opportunity of a lifetime to be able to take advantage of working with such greats as I have on this album. It’s a true blessing and a dream in the process of being fulfilled alongside favorites of mine for over ten years.” The album is set to go down in history as an underground hip-hop classic. It has a truly unique flavour, and Perseverance, who's not been emceeing for long, holds his own among hip-hop veterans like Dead Prez, Swollen Members, Dilated Peoples, Revolution of The Mind, 2Mex, Sweatshop Union, and our very own Capital X and Monte Smith.


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