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    Rapper Lul Bob Chooses Himself Over Anyone Else In “Better Me” EP

    What people love most about an artist is their relatability. Boston-born and South Carolina-based rapper Lul Bob can connect with fans on a deep and personal level. Before his 20th birthday, the rapper was in and out of the Juvenile Detention Center. He’d always been in trouble for something or another. Making matters worse, Lul Bob and his seven siblings moved around a lot growing up. Though, the moment he turned the music, was the day he turned his pain into poetry.

    Furthermore, the rapper grew up listening to Lil Wayne and YoungBoy NBA. Bob started working on his pen game, writing lyrics to new songs and freestyling for fun. Even while incarcerated at 16-years-old, Bob quietly worked on his lyricism.

    The moment he returned home from the Juvenile Detention Center, he dropped his viral freestyle track “Real Definition of Fake.”  Furthermore, the official version only added to Bob’s success after he garnished 787,000 Spotify streams. It wasn’t long before he landed a record deal with Good Money Global. Now a big time star, there’d be no stopping Lul Bob now.

    The 20-year-old would keep the buzz going for months to come with tracks like “Demons”, “Flip The Switch” and “Pain.” Evidently, the success of those singles led to Lul Bob releasing his debut EP Better Me. The record finds the South Carolina artist continuing his emotional narrative.

    Lul Bob Loves Himself More Than Anyone Else

    Most 20-years-old want to enjoy life to the fullest. Though, Lul Bob makes it clear that he’s not living for the moment, he’s living for the future. Known for turning his trials and tribulations into emotionally-infused tracks, the rapper has a knack for crafting songs that come from the heart. In Lul Bob’s debut EP Better Me the artist has lived  through several lifetimes of pain and frustration, especially when it comes to relationships.

    Furthermore, the two-track EP sees Lul Bob protecting his heart, whether that be from a love interest or his enemies. “Pretend Love” finds the rapper refusing to take a relationship to the next level, to avoid the pain of love. According to Bob, it’s better to just stay friends. Though, in “No Time” Lul Bob has other reasons for protecting his heart, such as staying alive in the streets. If his enemies find him acting “soft” he risks losing his life. In the end, he chooses himself over anyone else.

    In terms of song quality, Bob’s growls and gritty sounding lyrics blend nicely over the guitar-infuse beats. Not only can he make a song relatable but also catchy.

    Check Out More Music From Lul Bob

    Lul Bob
    via MajorStage

    Lul Bob clearly is on his way to the top. The South Carolina rapper continues his trek to stardom with his impressive debut project Better Me. While it’s only a 2-track offering, Bob proves that quality over quantity matters more. Currently, Bob is hard at work on his next offerings. Be sure to stay tuned for more music by the South Carolina rapper.

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