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|Jul 30||Jacob DeRusha, KB the Boo Bonic, Jon The Revalaytor with Azure Leila, DJ Tek, Kato Dox, Read Richarts, Rob Flame, Naudikah||North Door Main Stage Austin, Texas||Find Tickets|
I'm KB the Boo Bonic. I'm 26 years-old and have been rapping since I was 16. I grew up in Houston, Texas.
I recently finished and independently released my debut album, "Scars Are Sexy", which is mixed by Texas' finest DJ Rapid Ric and is available for purchase on iTunes and most digital distribution outlets. My music is also in rotation and available on Pandora Radio.
I started doing shows in San Marcos where I played at the Wego Tour car shows and opened for Trae and Rob G. In 2009 I performed at my first South By Southwest showcase in Austin during the four-day festival where I opened for Pugs Atomz, The Chicharones, Reef the Lost Cauze and GLC. I opened for Cappadonna of the Wu Tang Clan and 7th 7ign of the Killa Beez at in San Antonio. I have also opened for acts such as Papa Reu, Rasheeed of Dope House, League of Extraordinary Gz, Solillaquists of Sound and Riders Against the Storm. In 2011 I played at the 35Conferette in Denton, Texas where I opened for Beans, formerly of Anti Pop Consortium.
My first single “Click Clack” has been featured in the independent film “On Impulse”, which dropped in 2009.
I was honored to be featured in the August 27th issue in the Austin Chronicle. The piece titled “The Wrecking Crew- This Time Just the Girls” focused on females in the Austin hip hop scene.
I was also honored to be listed fourth on the Austin Chronicle's "Locals to Grow on" for 2010. As well as having "Scars Are Sexy" listed third on their list of "Top 10 of 2010 in Texas".
I was very excited to be approached by a UT film student who made her documentary, “FeMC” about my music and life. The film is screening nationally at the Deadcenter Film Festival in Oklahoma, the Urban Mediamkers Festival in Atlanta and at South By Southwest in 2011.
I am currently working on new material. I do what I do because I love hip hop culture, music, writing and creating. I also feel that women in hip hop deserve more than they are being given and something needs to be done about it. Hope you enjoy my sounds.
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