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Texas Bam ‘TwerkAholic’ #Single @JonesOMalley @TexasBam @ParkStreetPR

October 25, 2013

Twerk(COVER) 500 x 500

Already causing a stir in the urban music scene Stateside and now making waves into Europe comes the new Twerking anthem from Kentucky born, Dallas raised rapper Texas Bam. ‘Twerkaholic’ is available now from iTunes & Amazon.

Download links:
https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/twerkaholic-single/id617159862
http://www.amazon.com/TwerkAholic-Explicit/dp/B00BRNAYNM

‘Don’t sleep on this banging club track’ DaRealBiz.com
‘Texas Bam is an artist to keep your eye on!’ HipHop-4-Days.com
‘Could really go mainstream with the right support’ RuggedAndRaw.com
‘The track bounces and booms and has a quality sound’ PureHipHopHeat.com
‘The new club anthem that is the remedy for all TwerkAholic’s!’ TalkingAllThatRap.com

About Texas Bam

DeRon K. Nelson, 20 yrs. old, born in Kentucky, and raised in Dallas, TX. DeRon is the second child of four boys. Dallas is where DeRon was given the name Texas Bam or TBam. Born in a military family TBam moved around frequently. TBam first started rapping as a “free style” artist. When his parents observed how talented he was at rapping and making beats they booked him studio time in Dallas. At that time TBam made his first real rap song titled “FeFi” featuring his younger brother. It was during that studio session that TBam decided that he wanted to become a music producer.

In 2006 both his parents, received orders to be deployed to Iraq. TBam was sent to Radcliff, KY to stay with his grandparents. After moving to KY TBam continued rapping and finally received access to developing his own original music once his parents sent a birthday gift of a new computer and audio programs to get him started. During his two years in KY, TBam broke his C1/C2 cervical spine while playing basketball and had to wear a Halo for six months. TBam’s mom had then returned home from Iraq, and was stationed at Fort Bragg, NC. It had been one whole year when TBam and his family found out that he walked around with a broken neck on his return to North Carolina. In North Carolina TBam continued creating music and became popular around 71st High School. During TBam’s six month recovery in the Halo he focused on music production and writing.

In 2010 TBam started his own rap group by the name of “He Gettin Cash Rebelz.” TBam and his father decided it was time to make He Gettin Cash an official record label by legalizing and registering He Gettin Cash Records as a business. In 2010 Texas Bam released HGC Rebelz first mix tape, “Hotspitters Vol 1.” In 2011 Texas Bam released HGC Rebelz second mix tape “HGC.com.” In 2012 Texas Bam released his first solo mix tape “Vote TBAM for Mayor,” and produced label mate Dice first album called, “Rise Up.” This year 2013 Texas Bam released EP titles “OneWord,” which is available on DatPiff and his hot new single titled ‘TwerkAhloic,” which is distributed by LRT and Universal Music Group. The launching of Texas Bam production website http://www.producermode.com has new beats for lease or sell .

TBam- “Living in a halo was one of the turning points in my young life. The opportunities that has appeared before me and the many more blessing to come will not be taken for granted. If there is one thing that I have learned from this experience is I will NEVER BE SMALLER THAN MY DREAMS.”

Connect with Texas Bam:
http://www.hgcrecords.com
http://www.twitter.com/TexasBam
http://www.facebook.com/TexasBam
http://www.youtube.com/HeGettinCash
http://www.artistecard.com/TexasBam
http://www.producermode.com (Texas Bam beats website)

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