Maryland’s very own multi-talented pianist, producer and audio engineer, Bounce Beat Black, is buzzing with his most recent project, Love Problems 2. The new 9-track project comes as a multifaceted music lover’s dream. Just like Love Problems 2, Bounce Beat Black is full of uplifting and insightful traits. When asked to spell out his name with a word to no surprise, Bounce Beat Black responded with:
“Black – Believe, Life, Accomplishments, Continue ,King”
The DMV native had an early start to his music journey after becoming apart of the local GoGo scene as the lead rapper for Cash Money Band and the keyboardist of TCB. The band and Bounce Beat Black teamed up and with their success together, the two were able to spread Bounce Beat GoGo music outside of the DMV area to music hubs all over the nation including: North Carolina, Los Angeles, California and Miami, Florida.
Also during his time with TCB, Black had the opportunity to perform alongside mainstream rappers such as, Lil Durk and Wale.
His love and passion for Bounce Beat GoGo music ran so deep that it influenced him to change his stage name from just “Black” to the moniker he goes by now. After his decision to change his stage name, Bounce Beat Black began releasing solo projects.
Back in November of 2016, he released his debut EP, A Long Way From The GoGo after all of the positive feedback and notoriety he received with the release of his A Different Side mixtape. His mixtape dropped in July 2017 featuring one of his most highlighted tracks, “More Money Than You” featuring TopDolla Sweizy and fellow DMV artist Rico Nasty, who is in fact killing the music game right now for female emcees.
The Bounce Beat King is innovative and determined to bring the DMV area to the top of the charts. He plans to launch a new sound to mainstream music by mixing Hip-Hop, R&B, and GoGo together. If you’re a fan of Bounce Beat Black and enjoy GoGo music, this next news is for you! The DMV artist has a collection of new music on the way including a compilation album with guest features from a slew of DMV artists. Followed by a GoGo album with beats made up by a live band and a solo EP. Maryland’s triple threat will be dropping the forthcoming projects throughout the remainder of 2019, but for now, make sure to Love Problems 2 on all streaming services.