First and foremost, C.h.a.m.p has a very future ahead of himself as a rapper and entertainer. Although his skill is irregular for an upcoming artist, his story is even more interesting Unlike many other rap artists, C.h.a.mp (Baby Debo) has truly overcome gun violence. Nathaniel Glen: Miller Jr. was shot in the head in Des Moines, IA.
As a result of his injuries, the soon-to-be rapper underwent surgery followed by 5 months of cognitive therapy. It was during this time that the rapper claims he began to write songs, both for mental and emotional therapy. Later the artist would coin the rap name “Champ” which is an acronym for “Change Happens at My Pace
C.h.a.m.p recently released his first studio album, “Therapy,” which entails his childhood experiences as well as his fatal shooting in 2019. His album was highly anticipated and definitely did not disappoint Therapy was especially anticipated locally around his hometown, as the artist has never discussed the events that transpired in his shooting C.h.a.m.p has truly addressed his entire childhood and what molds him to be the artist and man he is today. His confidence and delivery is bold and his lyricism and flow are crazy Songs like My Hood Freestyle, Killa and Ghetto Dream really show he versatile he is
C.h.a.m.p released his debut EP Paper Route in the summer of 2021, with notable songs like Obsessed and Win, which is C.h.a.m.p first music video. Although a month later, Champ released his most popular song Baby Debo, which is the second track to his following EP YOLO. To date, C.h.a.m.p has amassed nearly a half million streams within 8 months as an artist
Although, this album Therapy is by far his best release yet. C.h.a.m.p truly does a 180 with this and hits all listeners from different angles. This rising rap star definitely deserves much more exposure.
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