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When you hear about Louisiana's rap scene what first comes to mind is Cash Money, Young Money, YNT Empire, No Limit, Mac, Webbie, Lil Boosie, and other great artist from the known "Boot". But change has come to the competitive rap game. Since the days of "Bling Bling", and "I'm Bout It", a new breed of Louisiana artist have emerged to get their shine. Monroe, Louisiana's own Munro Quinn A.K.A. Black Rambo Of Tha Ghetto, is proving he can carry the city on his back. While he holds it down for Tanglewood, he competes with the best from the city.
Marcus "Munro" Quinn made his presence known to the rap game through neighborhood freestyle battles. At the age of 10 he released his very first mixtape PK "Pussy Krook" in his hometown. PK was a hit in his neighborhood, but never reached the ears of millions. From that point on Quinn continued to make good music no matter the genre. From Hip-Hop, to R&B, to Alternative, to Reggae, and the list goes on. In early 2003 Black Rambo moved to Seattle, Washington to work and continue making music. After being in Seattle for only two years, Munro signed to a local label "Gee Spot Records Inc.". After only recording two mixtapes "Lessons Learned" Vol. 1 and 2. the label was shut down due to legal issues. Munro was never able to release his mixtapes or first solo album "Mind Of a Playa", however with all the obstacles, hard times, and karma he never stopped chasing his dream.
In 2013 Munro released his mixtape "No Pen & Pad" on Datpiff.com, and also on soundcloud.com. He chose the name "No Pen & Pad", because he felt it clearly describes how he records all his music. Look out in the streets now for his recently released mixtape "Bayou Music", and be sure to keep your ears open for future projects.