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  • Al Shipley of Baltimore City Paper Sept. 25, 2013
    Dunson, now 29, seems to be able to trace his whole life through musical experiences. “I started playing drums when I was 8, I started playing keys at 12, bass at 13, and guitar at 16,” he says while relaxing with a drink during a break from recording at a Rockville studio. He soon began writing rhymes and making beats but put his musical ambitions on hold while studying business at McDaniel College in Westminster, Md., and then working at the investment firm T. Rowe Price. (Read More)
  • Jerrod Hobbs of CarltonJordan.com June 11, 2013
  • Shenequa Golding of Giant Life Magazine May 1, 2013
    Kenton Dunson quit his job as an investment advisor during the height of the recession to do what?… wait for it… become a rapper! (No, seriously) After three years of the corporate world, the Maryland native got tired of putting his love for music on the back burner, or in his mind, after 5pm. After much thought, the rapper/producer gave his two weeks and chucked his professional deuces. (Read More)
  • OFIVE TV (France) Jan. 10, 2013
    Two years ago, you would have been able to find Kenton Dunson in his office, giving some financial advises to the most interested. But the one who only lived for music has since find the guts to go solo on a hip hop adventure. A trip that after a serie of “Creative Destructive” mixtapes, took an interesting twist. Dunson opened one of John Legend gig. The crooner has then appeared on the tracklist of Dunson latest mixtape “The Investment” (dropped on July 31th 2012), alongside with Mickey Factz. (Read More)
  • Wesley Case of bthesite Nov. 28, 2012
    But as a 25-year-old financial adviser at T. Rowe Price in Baltimore, the McDaniel College graduate felt unfulfilled. Most days, the multi-instrumentalist would leave the office to play music all night, either in studio sessions or as a fill-in member of a live act. At the encouragement of impressed players, he gave T. Rowe his two-week notice in 2010 and hasn't looked back. (Read More)
  • XXL Magazine Oct. 2, 2012
  • Andy Bustard of Prefix Magazine Sept. 21, 2012
  • Fox 5 Washington, DC July 31, 2012
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  • Greg Drakes of Live A Good Life July 27, 2012
    Check out the interview from Strz Enterprises in Los Angeles, CA with Live A Good Life (www.liveagl.com) I chop it up with A V (@itsmeAV) of Strz about the sacrifice to do what you love. Shouts to Greg Drakes! (Read More)
  • This is 50 July 16, 2012
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  • Washington Informer Feb. 11, 2012
    A lot of rappers condition themselves like boxers -- spending countless hours, days, months and years preparing for greatness. And just like in boxing, to prove your worth in the world of Hip-Hop, you have to work your way through the ranks-bodying contenders on your way up. Similar to Muhammad Ali’s epic boxing match against Sonny Liston in 1964, Dunson enters Hip-Hop’s crammed ring of newcomers as a considerable underdog, battling to increase his solid fan base and gain the respect of hi... (Read More)
  • Contributing Writer of OurStage.com Jan. 1, 2012
    Like Kanye West, Kenton Dunson is a talented producer as well as a rapper, producing all the beats that he raps over. You can hear some similarities in their production and rapping styles if you compare Dunson’s song “Beautiful Fight” with West’s song “Champion.” Both songs use a pairing of synthesizers and choppy vocal samples to create a unique sounding beat with a distinct rhythm. Like West, Dunson’s lyrics don’t deal with the typical fare of gangster rap, because he chooses to focus on more (Read More)