At the forefront
of New York City’s musical resurrection is Harlem rapper Rugz D. Bewler. The
former Roc-A-Fella intern turned prominent emcee emerged on the music scene in
2010 as part of the independent music collective DD172/BluRoc Records, where he
penned the popular underground hit "Super Bad." The song's success
catapulted Rugz D. Bewler as a talent fans and music insiders alike had to pay
close attention to.
With a heightened
profile, Rugz D. Bewler capitalized on his newfound notoriety by releasing his
first mixtape, Bewler's Day Off.
To continue building his buzz and further his progress, Rugz D. Bewler followed
up with the releases of Save Bewler: The Memoirs of Muhammad Mc'Fly, All I
Need Is 20: The Lover's Rock Edition, and
By Any Means Necessary, all
projects consisting of original music distributed for free download.
Focused on creating
timeless music, Rugz D. Bewler continues to capture the hearts and support of
listeners, strengthening his connection with fans through his ability to craft
songs with universal themes and messages that resonate with a wide a range of
people. Sold-out shows, brand sponsorships, and national radio and television
appearances have steadily contributed to Rugz D. Bewler’s ascent as one of The
Big Apple’s next notable rappers, establishing himself as another individual
from Harlem to influence popular music and culture.