My album is for the hard core hip hop fans, I give it to them rough and rugged.
Las Vegas, NV (PRWEB) July 29, 2009
Today, D Bomb Entertainment announced the release of "Born Sinner," which will be available immediately on iTunes and CDBaby.com.
Born Sinner is a refreshing expression of hip-hop produced by E-Sharp and Scott Storch. The album features collaborations with, R&B Sensation Mario, J-Ro, Aries, H-Ryda and Willie Hen. "My album is for the hard core hip hop fans, I give it to them rough and rugged. " explains D Bomb, "This is my most well rounded album to date, there are songs for the streets and the radio."
D Bomb is a Las Vegas-based MC, Ghostwriter and entrepreneur, originally from Chicago. Dirt Bomb was also featured on Scarface's album "My Balls and My Word." Upcoming events include more touring and the creation of a reality show "Hustle Rap".
D Bomb is especially well known as a successful entrepreneur, who has had remarkable success selling music on the streets. D Bomb's company moved over 80,000 CD's on the streets, according to Hip Hop Weekly's recent coverage. "Working traffic lights and walking up to a car is definitely the most effective," states D Bomb. "The light changes every 30 seconds and there is 50 to 100 cars at every light. So that's thousands of people that I'm being exposed to in a 6 to 8 hour span."
"D Bomb is the hungriest rapper in the game," says Floyd Mayweather. In a Source Magazine interview, Mayweather further stated, "He does the stuff I like. He spits hardcore lyrics on the commercial beats with them commercial hooks."
The album is available online and at retailers. Special guest features include Tha Alkaholiks, Tha Product, Tha Outlawz and Mario. The album is produced by Scott Storch, E-Sharp, and RabieZ.
To book a show or interview D Bomb about the "Born Sinner" release, please visit http://www.myspace.com/dirtbombinternational. To purchase the album go to iTunes or CDbaby.com/cd/dirtbomb3
D Bomb is the C.E.O of D Bomb Entertainment, An incredible hip-hop artist, Hip Hop Weekly reported D Bomb Entertainment moved over 80,000 CD's in the streets.