Monroe, Louisiana rapper, B.A.M, wanted to pursue a career in music because “he needed an outlet to escape his reality.” Instead of acting out, he would write it out and put it on paper, which eventually progressed to recording in the studio; it’s only been uphill from there. B.A.M signed a one-year deal with [indie] record company REG Records, distributed through Universal Music Group, back in 2014 and has become a seasoned performer. His first studio album titled “Before & After Music,” released mid-winter of 2014 — and his music video for “Celebration,” from his debate mixtape The Day After Me broke 50k views in under a month — which is no small feat.
His goal is to become one of the greatest hip-hop artists of all time — and not only because of his lyrics. He aspires to be an established business man who will change the world. With his latest visual, “Never Fall,” he places another notch under his belt. Donning a crown, B.A.M is staking his claim to the throne. Give it a spin, and be sure to cop his new album, The Throne, dropping July 25. Stay tuned to his Facebook for updates.