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White Widow Haze grew up in the Carolinas. He started doing Hip Hop at the age of 15 in Medford, Oregon. You can here influences from Tupac, Eminem, Biggie, Jay Z, DMX, Krs-One, and NAS. From 2002-2003 he worked with Ryk Fury, Khard, and East Coast Gangsta's in Rock Hill, SC. At that time there wasn't a lot of serious recording going on mostly freestyle battles. Haze got serious in 2006 and by the time he was set to record his first album he was arrested. He was incarcerated for 16 months and sentenced to parole. After being released he dropped Mixtape Music in 2010 while in Myrtle Beach, SC. He used that momentum and followed his dreams to Los Angeles, CA. Haze worked and struggled with multiple artist and labels while living in North Hollywood, CA. He performed at different venues around the city. He was offered a couple of deals and soon found out that he didn't want to sign his life away again. When he arrived back in Carolina he began to develop Hood Threat Records. That was the start of his newly revived solo career.

White Widow Haze David Roach, Charlotte, NC, United States

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  • Bang This (Chill The Producer) Artwork

    Bang This (Chill The Producer)

    White Widow Haze on March 09, 2014 20:24
  • Art To Critique Artwork

    Art To Critique

    White Widow Haze on February 03, 2014 23:27
  • Hate If You Wanna

    White Widow Haze on December 20, 2013 06:47
  • Fall In Line ft Matt Relevant

    White Widow Haze on December 10, 2013 03:14
  • Hood Threat Banga Artwork

    Hood Threat Banga

    White Widow Haze on December 06, 2013 07:17
  • Till I Die Artwork

    Till I Die

    White Widow Haze on November 12, 2013 18:57
  • Potential Artwork

    Potential

    White Widow Haze on October 21, 2013 16:20

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