Dawning from the thriving metropolis of Dallas, TX, emerges one of the most unique, creative, and talented artists to grace the ever-evolving realm of hip hop. L.A. (Linard Anderson III esq.) has definitely made a mark in his quest to become an entertainment icon. From humble beginnings, this wordsmith began making his statement in the church at Oak Cliff Bible Fellowship by using his talents to integrate his message of faith to fellow Christians. He also developed healthy relationships with other well known Christian rap artists as he performed freestyles over topics brought up by the audience while also connecting them with life as a Christian. His efforts continued, and he was able to spread his talents at the University of Texas Arlington where he performed at several showcases on the campus. During one of these showcases, he premiered the single \'Dirty\', created by himself and his business associates and close friends B-Eazy (producer), Sage Infamous and LO (fellow members of rap group Raw Inc.). Soon after, L.A. was able to establish relationships with Cristy B and Josh Wright, both former employees of radio station 104.5 FM, where he was able to create intros for Skip Murphy & the Morning Team, Skip Cheatham, and the Dallas Mavericks Playoff Anthem which was in steady rotation and performed live at the American Airline Center. Many articles were also printed praising this young MC in publications such as Rolling Out and Dallas Morning News. He continued to make great strides, but his movement in radio didn't stop there. L.A. also garnered additional radio play by contributing original works for 104.5\'s Steve Nice\'s Sun-Debut as well as 97.9\'s DJ Big Bink\'s Street Heat, where he was able to do a live interview with legendary rapper D.O.C. On the street level, L.A. created a strong buzz off of two mixtapes that he released, \'City Under Siege\' and \'Undeniable Entry\'. Within the past year, L.A. has finally completed his highly anticipated debut album Main Attraction, first releasing his summer hit single \'Pass tha Patron\' which has fired up the masses in clubs across the DFW. With his label, The Foundation Records, backing him who knows what new heat he will release into the world of hip hop? One thing is for certain, L.A. has certainly lived up to being the Main Attraction.
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