Donny Arcade’s smooth cadence consists of bars laced with ancient wisdom, esoteric knowledge, current events and extraterrestrials. All done to very well produced, modern trap beats that keep the party jumping. At first listen, many people are not even aware that they are being given wisdom teachings while they bob their heads to fly the beats. That the success of Donny Arcade and Pantheon Elite Records.
Bio: Vibration is music. Donny Arcade is one of those artists who think that there is something beautiful in all music, and there is music in all sound, therefore vibration is the most important thing in the universe. At an Arcade show, when the most slapping beats and conscious-futuristic verses start to permeate the crowd, you better have your hands up and mind in full focus. Donny Arcade rapper/filmmaker and producer from Cleveland OHIO joins the new wave of bubbling talent with a versatile delivery and unmistakable creativity. Born to a family of musical talent, Arcade grew up to the sounds of rap, classical, funk, soul, pop, rock and reggae due to a diverse upbringing of musical taste. He began to break-dance at the age of five as part of a hip-hop crew with his older brother and uncle, by the age of seven he was performing rap songs in school talent shows & then shows throughout the city of Cleveland.
After recording and releasing many songs as a member of a few neighborhood rap groups he soon after started to experiment with his own sound. However, it wasn’t until the young Arcade first heard the legendary Bone Thugs-n-Harmony and other burgeoning Midwest talents that he found his true musical niche of rapping fast stating his biggest influence was Bone Thugs-n- Harmony. and also that they are the ones who actually gave the rap game the ingredients to make anything. At age 22, Donny Arcade moved from Cleveland OHIO to Atlanta GA his current residence which he credits the city with giving him the confidence to get in the industry not only just as a rapper but also as a filmmaker and producer. He has filmed and directed over 30 music videos from upcoming and established artist throughout the city of Atlanta and his own music videos as well. A self-proclaimed ufologist his music speaks of ancient history, futuristic themes & current events. A man of many hats With all these tools in his arsenal Arcade has developed a unique sound with an appeal that spans from the old-school hip-hop heads to a new generation of rap fans and beyond.
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Webster’s dictionary defines the word “anonymous” as “having no outstanding, individual, or unusual features; unremarkable or impersonal.” Philadelphia’s own Crazie K!D AnonYmouS is living proof this doesn’t always apply when it comes to that term.
Starting rap at the early age of 12, raised by a father who DJed numerous block parties, you could say that Crazie K!D was born to make music. Over the years he’s been coached by Philly legends new and old such as Chuck Nice of 3 Times Dope and DJ No Phrillz. With influences ranging from Big Pun to Nirvana to Edgar Allen Poe, the young veteran emcee is certainly anything but “unremarkable”. CKA also has a unique accomplishment under his belt that most local artists dream of: he has performed overseas, specifically in Iraq while serving this great nation.
The military discipline mindset is evident in Crazie K!D’s precise writing style and diligent work ethic. Other accolades he has already racked up include a show with Crooked I of Slaughterhouse, recording tracks with Reef the Lost Cauze & Rich Quick, and numerous victories at poetry slam competitions, which is a testament to his versatility. What really makes Crazie K!D AnonYmouS an intriguing artist though, is his life story itself.
This young man has been though three of the roughest terrains anyone can go through the military, the prison system and of course, the streets of North Philly. The influence from all three of these chapters in CKA’s life is evident in his tracks. Crazie K!D has released four mixtapes since the start of career all leading up to the “Taking Over the Throne” album, entirely produced by Fatman Elite (known as Da ILL together).
Each release has chronicled the rapper’s progression in both his craft and life in general; however, the best is yet to come. The last part of Crazie K!D Anonymous’ name may imply that he isn’t “outstanding”, “remarkable” or an “individual” but one listen will show you that he is, in fact, all of that and more.
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