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Brendan Martin, AKA B. Martin, was first exposed to the rap scene in his junior year of high school in Colonie, NY. He was focused mainly on his grades, but couldn’t resist cultivating his newfound love for the lyric and flow that good rap is known for. Pretty soon, he conquered his high school rap scene and brought his following with him to college at SUNY Albany. Using sites like Facebook to update his fans on shows and new music, his rising popularity led them to win the Battle of the Bands at SUNY Albany. In 2009, Brendan hooked up with Albany-based Big Face Entertainment and began to take music more seriously than he ever had before. This drive led him to open for big name artists like J Cole and Fabolous. Other artists Brendan has opened for include Young Jeezy, Jadakiss, Talib Kweli, Ghostface Killah, Bobby Valentino, Steve Aoki, Juelz Santana, Estelle, and many others. At the same time, he was maintaining a 4.0 in Albany's business school and traveling to third world countries like Ecuador on humanitarian missions. With boundless energy and dynamic drive, Brendan managed to hit several high marks in his relatively short career, holding his own in an arena that not many white artists have found success. Like a chess player, every move Brendan makes has a purpose. His latest feat? Winning a T-Pain contest that challenged all new and up and coming artists to drop an original verse on a T-Pain track with the prize being a slot on T-Pains forthcoming mix tape ‘Prevolver’. “I want to be recognized as an extremely talented writer, producer and performer,” said Brendan. “I want to greater my understanding on mixing music and creating beats, and in the future, become a mentor to those who are eager to learn as I am”.

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