Drew is an 18-year-old rapper/producer out of Chicago, Illinois. Not too long ago, he released a feisty boom-bap rap tune, entitled, “Face Me”, produced by Bliss.

Drew – “Face Me”

“Try to break me, try to shake me down, try to knock me off my square, try to take me down. Try to tell me I’m the one but they just faking now. But when I turn into that ni^^a they can’t face me now.” – Drew

“Face Me’ tells the story of an up-and-coming rapper who courageously chooses to emcee over the safest route, which is going to college to obtain knowledge. But he dismisses the school idea and chooses a path that doesn’t have a safety net. In his own words, “I try to choose my own direction. They ain’t leave me options.” Even though Drew’s decision to rap is shaded by some people around him, he is determined to make his name known in hip-hop music.



“A lot of my family and friends were challenging my decision to pursue music. When I started progressing and evolving, most of them started to support me. And I feel like this will continue to happen and I’ll start to see more ghosts of my past starting to reappear. I’m just trying to stay humble and work hard because I know one day it will pay off.” – Drew

‘Face Me’ contains a narrative storyline,  autobiography raps, and a sample-fueled instrumentation poppin’ with an urban-street appeal.  

“When 99% of people doubt your idea, you’re either gravely wrong or about to make history.” — Scott Belsky

We recommend adding Drew’s “Face Me” single to your personal playlist.

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Zangba Thomson is an award-winning author and Editor-in-Chief at Bong Mines Entertainment. His creative works have been seen on or talked about in major media outlets such as FOX 5, NBC, Today, Fox & Friends, Kathy Lee & Hoda, ABC, and Essence Magazine to name a few. In 2016, he received a "Certificate of Special Congressional Recognition" from Congressman Charles B. Rangel for his literary achievements, commitment to strengthening our Nation, and making a difference through volunteering service in urban communities. Take a look inside Thomson's latest novel, entitled, "Three Black Boys: The Hotep Brother Manuscript", the hellfire sequel to "Three Black Boys: Tomorrow After Supper".

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