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MP3 Foster Child - Debut Of A Story

A true return to real Hip-Hop that is provocative, moving, and revevant to our time.

17 MP3 Songs in this album (76:25) !
Related styles: HIP-HOP/RAP: Rap, HIP-HOP/RAP: Hip Hop

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For so long hip-hop artist out of the tri state area of DC, Maryland, and Northern Virginia have hustled to have their voice heard in the music industry and never came close. But John "Foster Child" Foster knows things will soon change. Coming from Northern Virginia, the 23 year old brings a lyrical powerhouse punch with swagger most artist fail to show. On the hard hitting track "On My Game", you can hear the confidence and the hard to match delivery he brings on the hard hitting beat. Foster Child is featured on a track called "Fall In Line" with duo artist Nu-G out of Northern Virginia which was their number one most requested track on their album titled "Tonite". This young man will be a force for his area and the music world as he continues to grow in the music business. We are going to hear plenty more in the future from this highly talented artist/songwriter/producer.

Born in western Pennsylvania and raised on the outskirts of Washington, DC in Northern Virginia, Foster Child’s style is an amalgamation of different influences that he has been exposed to throughout his life. Foster Child’s web following know him to be a MONSTER on every track. Foster Child’s poetic deliverance and confident swagger is why industry insiders have called him the best unsigned talent they have ever heard. Highly sought after web based beat makers, who have never met Foster Child but who know his work, have turned down thousands of dollars from bids from others for their tracks and have given those tracks to Foster Child for free, just to have his performance on their track. Influenced by such artists as Outkast, Nas, Tupac, Biggie, Big L, Ghostface, AZ and Rakim, Foster Child has developed a style like no other. Foster Child says his lyrics come from his thoughts and his experiences. He says that very often he will just spit lyrics out from the top of his head instead of writing them down when he hears a track that brings up certain feelings, emotions and experiences. Foster Child envisions his music as something that anyone can relate to. His aim is to reach a broad audience with his straight forward deliverance and his poetic verses. So, buckle up and get ready for the ride because there’s a new emcee of a different breed that''s about to hit the D.M.V metro area and the game itself!

In the summer of 2004 John decided to use the name Foster Child because it defined him and his life mixed in with his music. The definition of a foster child is a child raised by someone who is not its natural or adoptive parent. So everytime they ask him why he calls himself Foster Child he gives them a honest and deep answer. "All through my life music was my medicine to the pain and anger I felt through life. When no one was there for me in my darkest hours the tempo and the melody of a song eased my mind and lifted my spirits. Call me crazy but the kick, the snare, and the strings talked to me and reminded me that I was put on this earth to speak my voice through music to the ears and the minds that tune in. God gave me someone called music so that when it seemed like the world had my back against the wall, music made an exit for me to excape my troubles. The beat fathered me and the melody nurtured me like a mother and lifted me up as if they were my non-biological parents. I am a Foster Child because I am adopted by music."

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