Hip Hop Vibe Staff Writer
Since being ousted from G-Unit, Bang 'Em Smurf and Domination have been hitting the indie hip hop scene pretty hard. Despite not being a part of the 2003-2005 run by G-Unit, the duo has done very well for themselves. Their names may not ring bells to the average hip hop fans, but the real hip hop heads know.
Quickly, the two rappers created their own label, Feed Da Wolves Entertainment. Through this new label, both rappers have been releasing their work in independent shops, online, and to street vendors. Even though their videos have yet to make it to popular outlest, such as BET and MTV, Bang 'Em Smurf and Domination have still done well.
Currently, Bang 'Em Smurf is working on his next project, a mixtape called Blacklisted. This mixtape will deal with what has happened since his prison sentence and the following deportation back to his native, Trinidad. In his time back home, Smurf has been working with local artists and throwing shows. The main two artists he works with is a newcomer, Young Dice. On the mixtape, though, work has come from Rick Ross and Fredro Starr.
The first single from the mixtape, "Man's Man," has been released to several hip hop websites.