A track blessing a beat from Jadakiss. Still love the wordplay and energy on the song.
Started creating music popular tracks and experimenting with my delivery.
A fun track crammed with references to television and movies.
Having fun in this track by mixing a sample from Lil Wayne. A lot of topical content in the lyrics.
It's a wrap up of what's happening in Rap Music. The news features TOS, G-Unit, 50 Cent, T.I., Young Buck, Soldier Boy, Ice-T, and Ice Cube.
It's a wrap up of what's happening in Rap Music. News includes Dj Khalid, Kanye West, Amy Winehouse, Jay Z, Akon, Michael Jackson, Obie Trice, and Eminem.
It's a wrap up of what's happening in Rap Music. 50 Cent, Kanye West, Dr. Dre, Jay Z, Janet Jackson, Rhianna, Beyonce, M.I.A., Andre 3000, Nas, and Jeezy.
This is the first song I created that I felt comfortable enough sharing with the world. It's also my most popular song when I sing it in crowds. It …
This single expressed how I was living back in the day.
Inspired by Lil' Wayne's Millionaire track.
Showing more of my nerdy side in this track paying homage to super heroes. This beat was produced by Killa T.
An experimental fusion of two of my favorite artists, Mindless Self Indulgence and Slick Rock.
Another gem from my Movement days. Stuffed a lot of comic book references in this track.
My first parody song where I pay homage to Hip Hop R&B songs that were popular in the late 80s. The track is from Keith Sweat's Last Forever.
Mixed and produced by Killa T during my time with The Movement.
This song was part of a T-Pain competition. I was never able to submit due to technical issues with their website.
Another dip into the nerdy side of my life. This is a concept song of a person waiting in line at Game Stop for a game release.
Debuted in the first episode of the Mr. Russell's Class program.
A fun song paying tribute to the Disney Afternoon block of television that I used to watch as a child.
A cool concept song that puts me in the role of a person waking up out of a common from 1992 - 2010.
The first bio rap representing my favorite rapper of all time, Slick Rick.
A remix of the popular hit, Like a G6. Appeared on the Mr. Russell Class show.
Mr. Russell shares his love for The Miami Heat with some clever wording and spirit.
The first track where I produced the beat with my mouth. Part of my Mr. Russell Class show.
One of my favorite verses rapping over the Willow Smith's Whip My Hair.
Another great verse from a Mr. Russell's Class.
Inspired by Kanye, I spit some hard bars that can only be described as sick.
Goin Gone is a song done in the style of Lil Wayne.
Future Grind is one of my favorite rhymes and was done in the style of Jay Z.
Money is a song inspired by 50 Cent's song Get Money that uses a sample from Audio Two. This is a concept song where I'm playing the role of the IRS.
Part one of a fictional story of a dangerous encounter. Inspired by Biggie Small's A Story to Tell.
Part two of a story about a robbery in the wrong part of town.
A fictitious diss track from MC Hammer towards Jay Z. This was during their short lived beef.
A song created as a intro for a leaders of the old school on Mr. Russell's Class.
Inspired by a Justin Bieber freestyle, I did one of my own.
Enjoyed this uplifting track. Part of the Mr. Russell's Class program.
After a break, I came back with a track inspired by the rapper Future. This was his first hit song.
Mr. Russell pays tribute to Heavy D in a segment from Mr. Russell's Class.
Added myself to Kanye West's Mercy featuring Big Sean, Pusha T, and 2 Chainz.
Dipping into my Anime side and dropping a lot of references.
An homage to Steve Jobs and also a story of where I was in my life with going vegan and losing weight.
Another song showing love for anime as well as making a statement about my role in the community. Inspired by Kendrick Lamar saying he was the king …
Showcasing different Hip Hop record labels that mean a lot to me.
Rhyme style inspired by Mos Def, instrumental created from scratch.
A tribute to Bruce Lee, one of the early inspirations for the formation of Hip Hop.
First song after taking a long hiatus from rapping. Mixed in a few styles to show my new range.
Only the second track completed composed my me and my mouth. Had a fun time remixing my Slick Rick Tribute from 2010.
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