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5/10/2005

 
An Interview with Hip-Hop MC Tommy Danger - 'The Now and Later Man'

Harlem MC Tommy Danger sits down with ThugLifeArmy.com for some insight to his contributions to hip-hop and the rap game. Born and raised in Harlem, New York Tommy Danger is truly different; not just in his rhymes but in his approach to hip-hop. Known as The Now and Later Man, Tommy is taking his skillz as a MC to a higher plane taking hip-hop back to the streets where it belongs and out of the corporate office.

(PRWEB) May 9, 2005 -- Harlem MC Tommy Danger sits down with ThugLifeArmy.com for some insight to his contributions to hip-hop and the rap game.

Born and raised in Harlem, New York Tommy Danger is truly different; not just in his rhymes but in his approach to hip-hop.

Known as The Now and Later Man, Tommy is taking his skillz as a MC to a higher plane. Thru a series of mix tapes which come in Flavors you can experience the growth and evolution of this extraordinary MC as he attacks the game with his unusual beats and lyrics.

Tommy Danger will tell you he is far from the gangsta that is expected in todays hip-hop and rap artist, but Tommy Danger is just that a danger to all the MCs who are running around being just like the last MC.

His individualism as a MC comes across in his music and in this interview. Tommy gives his views thru experience in his live on many things in this interview. From growing up in Harlem and his first interest in Hip-Hop to a New York perspective of the passing of Tupac Shakur and Notorious B.I.G.

A lot of todays MCs will tell you they are different, but as soon as you hear their music you know they are just the same MC in a different wrapper. Tommy Danger says hes different and one listen to his music lets the listener know they have actually found a MC who is truthful when they boast about being different.

Tommy Danger takes hip-hop back to the streets where it belongs and out of the corporate office.

For the full interview please visit: http://www.thuglifearmy.com/

Article - http://www.thuglifearmy.com/news/?id=1329 or http://www.TLA-PROnline.com/

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