LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY RAPPER Rob Run Corleone SIGNS multi year DEAL WITH Empire Distribution

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Trap rapper Rob run corleone who hails from the west end of Louisville,Kentucky’s. Vermont street known as Riverpark. Has been on a nationwide tour with Empire platinun artist Bone the Mack. His latest single ‘Trap’. Does not disappoint with over 100,000 views. He has worked with several big named stars including

Young Bleed, Lil Flip, Finessegangpolo, Ayookd,

Freeway Rick Ross, Bo deal, Cp dollars,God of Grind Baby Savage, Big v of the Nappy Roots, Aaron reflex, Anthony Ryne, Miami Tip, Roxy Reynolds, Puma from Black Ink, Ambaden2, and more. Before signing with Empire he was a sought after artist. Working with west coast rapper CBo on an only fans deal and  most recently Hiphop awards host Fat Joe.Coming from the stable of Jt the Biggah figgah who once walked rapper Thegame to commercial success..He has been featured in The Source magazine and Thiis50.com as well as Allhiphop.

What separated you from most rappers?

“My flow is unique.”

What are you working on in the future?

“Finishing my mixtape Trap and I have a song on The new TrapsnTrunks mixtape hosted by Oj da Juiceman”.

You now join Est.Gee,Jack Harlow, and 2kbaby,as well as Nappy Roots as being an artist signed from Kentucky.

“I think Memphis has a real strong movement and Kentucky artist we are really grinding.”

What are your goals?

“To make millions and keep that bag coming,”

Do you have a celebrity crush?

“Megan the stallion is hot as well as Ice Spice, Donna from black ink and you know Trina is still the baddest. Iggy Azalea and I think Glorilla is beautiful. Erica Banks is killing em too. She dumb thick. Be on the look out for Naethebaker.

Any shout outs?

“I wanna thank my Ceo Ghazi Shami for the opportunity and shouts out to my label mates. Free Russell Sublett, Duke, Dannye Mcintosh, Chiz, Jp,Zo, Jerrell,and Ant.”

Listen to the latest from Rob Run Corleone LLC



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