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Meet our client mrwiredupohboy mrwiredupmusic
The architect of StripHop
Mr. Wired Up gets clubs fired up and parties “turned up” when he gets on the mic. The lyricist has a flow with a cadence influenced by some of Houston’s finest rappers. But his flow possesses a unique crossover appeal that geography or hip hop just can’t contain.
Groomed during an era when R&B, jazz, and soul birthed Southern rap, Mr. Wired Up can thank Houston’s bourgeoning 1990s hip-hop scene as an accelerant for his ambition to stand among the greatest MCs in the game.
Mr. Wired Up made an instant mark on H-Town’s rap scene when his classic “Put It In The Air,” featuring Yung Joc hit the airwaves and became an instant club banger. He’s produced some of the hottest underground mixtapes and collaborations with artists such as Trae Tha Truth and Fat Pimp. His mixtape, Inside My Mind, was a nominated for Mixtape of the Year by Houston Press. “I came from an era of originality, I can slay a variety of tracks,” said Mr. Wired Up. “I’m not a one-dimensional Houston rapper. I don’t do boxes. I can’t be fit in one.” It all started when he was the in-house DJ in local strip clubs. Sometimes after a long night at the club, the artist would go to the studio and create signature tracks for specific dancers.
Dubbed “Strip Hop,” the music Mr. Wired Up created provided a soundtrack for these elite exotic dancers, and paved the way to his widespread popularity. It wasn’t long before other DJs asked him to produce songs for dancers at their clubs.
Mr. Wired Up is just getting started. Strip Hop is more than a catchphrase; it’s an exclusive lifestyle blueprint. Prepare to turn up with two (2) heavy hitters, Walked In She Mix & Corona Chronicles out right now
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