Bio] Blake Da Burner was born and raised in Virginia . He’s always loved music.He started writing at a time when hip-hop was still real,1994! Who inspired him the most was KRS ONE. IN 2001 He wrote his first album called W.B. it was produced by a artist named Wan.He meet him at a RUFF RIDERS HIP-HOP CONTEST in Norfolk VA. My favorite local radio station 103 JAMS were having open mic with DJ BEE so I rock the mic and got heard by a HARLEM,NY A&R name LEX that knew PRODUCER ROMEO KNIGHTS Black Solaris Entertainment FROM THE BOGGY BOY so he recorded a album called THE FURNISH in 2004.IN 2005 Blake DA Burner move from VA to PA and meet a artist named BOMBER THE MONSTER and we did two albums called 321 and NEYPALM. Blake wanted air play on the radio so his wife introduced his to DJ BIG MAULIK who was working at a radio station HOT 99.5 in PA. So he played the CD and he loved it and played it on the radio but in the mix of all that BLAKE DA BURNER AND BOMBER was pushing there Cd’s out the trunk.They walked in a radio shack and gave a CD to the worker there and she knew a COLLAGE DJ WUGGY ON SATELLITE RADIO who played them at the same time DJ BIG MAULIK was. One year later BLAKE DA BURNER moved back to VA and bumps into WAN recorded three more albums called FROM DA HEART,LEGEND,AND L-OF & HA-8. In 2013 he continued promoting the L-OF & HA-8 MIX-TAPE HOSTED BY DJ BIG MAULIK OWNER OF FLOOD-WATCH. Right now thanks to DJ BIG MAULIK BLAKE DA BURNER is working with WU TANG CLAN member [HELL-RAZAH] FROM SONS OF MAN. He Has also recently dropped two SINGLES (SPIDER MANN) IN 2017 AND (MY DIAMOND) IN 2018.
The underground rap artist known as Blake da Burner has released his latest album, “Dancing with Satan.”(meaning being pick on by police) The LP has been released on the Floodwatch Entertainment music label he owns. A gargantuan and arresting hip-hop album from one of Virginia’s proudest, hardest-working and most naturally talented performers, “Dancing with Satan” contains 16 all-new and original tracks for an approximate total listening time of one heavy-hitting, sharply spitting hip-hop hour. In addition to Blake da Burner, the LP also features the skills of powerhouse rappers Hell Razah, Logic, and Mischief. Blake da Burner is often likened to Wiz Khalifa, Kanye West, Talib Kweli, Kendrick Lamar and Two Chains. His rhymes are slick, well-written, and delivered with the style and power that comes from having rhythm and creativity in equal parts. Blake da Burner’s lines are witty, intelligent, and often humorous. His performances on “Dancing with Satan” are truly stunning when his lyrical themes shift to socially conscientious, humanist and political themes, which form much of the basis some of his best material (“90 to Zero,” “New Drug”). The sound of the record varies widely, being often upbeat and excellent party / dance-floor material, but also sometimes profoundly beautiful, full of legitimate urban poetry and personal meaning, backed by some of the best music ever to grace a rap record (“Hallelujah” and “Joke’s on You”). An excellent official video for “Hallelujah” has been released for which a link has been provided below. Blake da Burner’s single, “VA Put it Up,” was prominently featured on Hell Razah and Ghetto Government’s 2013 mixtape, “Return of the Renaissance,” which also featured tracks by such titans as Ghostface Killah and Automatik, in addition to Hell Razah, himself, previously of the popular Wu Tang Clan affiliates, the Sunz of Man. Hell Razah appears on track 2 of “Dancing with Satan,” “Get this Money.” “Dancing with Satan” by Blake da Burner is available online worldwide. Get in early
My Diamond (lyrics video)
Warrant On My Head
If They Watchin