At the age of 10 the rapper known as 'Antonio Lowe' Lil'King started rapping with a dream to shock the world. Raised in the streets of Augusta Georgia, he often stayed in and out of trouble. Since he was raised and lived in the neighborhood known as Glenn Hills he often traveled the streets and became a part of the Glenn Hills Circle Boyz. In the year of 2003 he met the rapper 'Cameron Madison' Lil'Cuz & 'Christopher Madison' Swade who were already members of G.H.C.B. came together and dropped the single Aug Is My City, following the album 'Our Way or No Way along with his brother 'Alonzo Murray' Killer'Ren. In the steets the single was a classic. Just a few months later Down South Achivers asked the rapper Lil'King would he like to be apart of a project that they were going to work on. 'DSA' Pa'Keisha & La'Dashsa Wright along with Lil'King dropped the single 'Life In Da' Streets' which also made it's way through the streets of Augusta. By the end of 2003 leading into 2004 the rapper Lil'King had made a name for himself Lil'King 'Freestyle Living Legend'. Without a major record-deal the young rapper still kept his head up high with dreams of being the best to succeed in the music industry. In mid -summer 2005 the 17 yr old rapper had a better plan, he left Augusta & moved to Atlanta. With big dreams and little success the young rapper started his own record- label Down $outh Records which he was the CEO of. Producing many young rap stars in his home town & in Atlanta he still did not see the success that he desired. But in a matter of time he knew he was going to shine. Just a few months after he moved to Atlanta the young rapper Lil'King, Jason Parker, & Ralph Lowe, Lil'King's brother put together the album 'Where Do I Go From Here' with tracks produced by Jason Parker & Ralph Lowe ecorded by Lil'King CEO of Down South Records. To Be Continued In the year of 2006 leading into 2007 it was all a rap,the young rapper Lil'King knew now by any means necessary it was time shine.The first record-label to ever present an offer was MBM E.N.T.50,000. Lil'King knew deep down inside that there was a possibility this was not going to work. So he declined the deal. e Will Keep The World Informed.
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