Tuesday, November 9, 2010
Labels: College Music
Mike Stud is an emerging rapper out of Georgetown. Stud just graduated from Duke University, and after graduation, he headed to D.C. to continue his college baseball career and his education as a 5th year graduate student at Georgetown. As told in all of the latest interviews, Stud's story of how he got into rap is comical. As a Duke baseball player, he used to mess around with his teammates and make hip hop tracks on cheap equipment. One of those tracks landed in the lap of an emerging R & B singer from Stud's hometown area, who really thought Stud's flow was special. The two collaborated once before he headed off to Georgetown. From there, Stud's musical career has taking off absurdly fast. In 3 short months, Stud has emerged as a potential rap king of Georgetown, with such a head-turning amount of media attention and widespread acceptance.
Due to the unique side to this rapper's story, Stud has gotten some big-time mainstream media coverage. Most notably, the Washington Post did an on-screen video interview and live recording of an original track Mike Stud made for the Georgetown basketball team.With more and more media coverage coming his way, and dope tracks being pumped out weekly, Stud feels he has the recipe to make something big out of music.
Mike stud provides a flow that you can kick back and listen to. This is music you want to bump in your dorm room, in the car, or show your friends. Being a college athlete myself, I couldn't miss this opportunity to support another athlete. With endless sports references, another DC Rapper, Wale, comes to mind. Mike Stud flows over any beat he is put on. It is ballsy to sample a Drake track, but Stud provides his own signature flow. "College Humor" is a personal favorite of mine and is a track that any college can relate to. "Taking Flight" illustrates Stud's ability to go hard. Taking DC and Georgetown by storm, be on the lookout for the up and coming rapper. Make sure you check out his music page here (Mike Stud Music).
Posted by Stags Flow at Tuesday, November 09, 2010