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Omar Cruz

Through the mid- to late 2000s, Omar Cruz surfaced among the most encouraging Latino rappers in LA, where his popularity within the underground mixtape circuit resulted in a major-label documenting contract. Created in LA the son of the Columbian dad and a Mexican mom, Cruz was raised in South Central L.A. near Crenshaw inside a mainly African-American community (even though he attended college anywhere in safer Culver Town). Initially influenced by Big Daddy Kane, Rakim, and most importantly N.W.A, he subsequently found out Latino rappers Cypress Hill and Big Punisher influential aswell as LA rappers Dr. Dre, Snoop Dogg, and 2Pac. More and more drawn in to the hip-hop picture, he followed the name Blunts LLA (we.e., Latin Lyrical Assassin); consulted effective Latino performers Estevan Oriol (professional photographer) and Mr. Toon (tatooist) about his profession potential clients; and partnered with Luis “LuLu” Torres, owner from the indie label B.Con.I actually. Entertainment (we.e., AWAY FROM Creativity). As Blunts LLA, he released a set of underground mixtapes, Town of Gods (2004) and Blow (2005), and fallen the moniker for his following circular of mixtapes, The Cruzifixion (2006) and 2007 B.C. (2007), both hosted by DJ Skee. In 2006 Cruz authorized a joint documenting agreement with Interscope and Geffen and continuously began focusing on his major-label debut recording, tentatively titled Indication from the Cruz and preceded from the business lead single “I Hang up with My Dogz.”

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