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Bronze Nazareth, hailing from Detroit, MI (via Grand Rapids, MI) was picked up as a Wu Tang producer in 2002 by RZA. Making his debut on RZA’s “Birth of a Prince” album. In 2005, Bronze introduced a younger generation to Wu Tang via the Source’s Independent Album of the Year (2005) ‘Wu Tang Meets The Indie Culture”. Garnering critical acclaim for his work on the album Nazareth found himself with a Babygrande Records recording contract. 2006 saw Bronze release his first solo album “The Great Migration” where he proved his lyrical deft was on par with his production. Again, Nazareth’s album received critical acclaim.
In the whirlwind years that followed, Bronze’s music fueled the sale of hundreds-of-thousands of units and left its own indelible imprint upon the Wu-Tang legacy. He has since worked with the likes of The Wu Tang Clan, RZA, Raekwon, GZA, Masta Killa, Inspectah Deck, Royce 5’9, Canibus, Immortal Technique, Copywrite, La The Darkman, Willie The Kid, Kool G Rap, Buckshot, Sean Price, Ras Kass, Cannibal Ox, Tragedy Khadafi, Del the Funkee Homosapien, Casual of Heiroglyphics, Roc Marciano, 4th Disciple and Killarmy, Black Market Militia, Gang Starr affiliate Afu-Ra, Timbo King, Planet Asia, and many more of today’s most vibrant and relevant independent acts.
His most recent work, on Raekwon’s “Shaolin Vs. Wu Tang”, Wu Tang Clan “Legendary Weapons”, and a stellar verse alongside Royce 5’9 & Sean Price on “Let’s Go” as well as current projects with Willie The Kid, and fellow Detroiter Boldy James prove that Bronze Nazareth’s star continues to rise. In late 2011, Bronze Nazareth released his sophomore album, “School for the Blindman” which was again heralded as fans and critics alike as a masterpiece. The album debuted #61 on the Billboard Hip Hop & R&B Top 200 hundred.
Label: Black Day in July Prod / Man Bites Dogs Records
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