Monday, June 11, 2012

If You Believe It, You Can Achieve It

Hey everyone you are probably wondering what we are going to talk about this time. In this life that we live there are a select few of us that actually achieve the dreams we set for ourselves. Whether some of us give up along the way or just couldn't get the job done dreams come and go which makes them all the more special when someone can actually achieve them. Do you know what success looks like? Well that face you see above is the subject of discussion for such success. If you don't know who he is then you obviously aren't much of a YouTuber or internet denizen. Here is a bit of insight into the man they call Krispy Kreme...

With that look into his personal side aside lets jump into the awesomeness that is Krispy Kreme. Krispy Kreme  is an American rapper from Alabama, that became known after uploading The Baddest, a rap music video on YouTube that has garnered over 3 million views. The video for "The Baddest" had a huge spike in views after Ray William Johnson featured the video on an episode of =3 on May 8, 2012. Krispy Kreme has over 73k subscribers and 8.5 million video views on YouTube as of June 9, 2012.

Later on May 18, 2012 Andy Milonakis reviewed Krispy Kreme's follow-up single, Haters Wanna Be Me, on =3 during Johnson's temporary absence from the show. The viral videos have been highlighted for their slow-witted and braggadocio lyrics, along with being featured on Barstool Sports, CBS, and CollegeHumor, among others. Krispy Kreme has been called the "Rebecca Black of rapping" but I feel he is so much more because i'll sit and listen to any of his released singles thus far way more than anything Rebecca Black has out so far. He made this next video to address all the people out there that have something negative to say about his particular style of rap.

It is easy to see with his video view counts and the immense likes and support he has been receiving on his videos, Facebook and twitter that he is far more liked than Rebbeca Black. It is very evident that he gives his all and raps from the heart and you know what he speaks on is real emotion and desire and shows his love for the art. Krispy Kreme continues to demonstrate that he is truly an artist dedicated to his craft. Brett of VP Rambunkshus Records is currently Krispy Kreme's manager. On May 31, 2012, Krispy Kreme released a new song, Best Friends, a more serious rap than the previous two, rapping about his friendship with Money Maker Mike and referencing Tupac Shakur at the end of the song.

I'm currently trying to get in contact with him or his manager to see if I can get some questions answered to post here in the blog but so far it has been to no avail. There isn't much else I have to say because the music speaks for itself; do your part to spread the #KRISPYKREME2012 movement and get the word out. If there is any further progress or feedback regarding the questions I sent him i'll be sure to update this blog post, but until then be sure to subscribe to Krispy Kreme's YouTube channel and look out for more songs on the way. Also if you are on Facebook or Twitter you can like his Facebook Page or follow him on his Twitter.

1 comment

June 15, 2012 at 10:14 PM

Our poll on Do You Like Krispy Kremes Music? ended with 6 people voting He is entertaining and 3 voting that he sucks. so i guess Krispy Kreme is here to stay

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