St. Petersburg, Fl., emcee Blow has had a promising career in Hip-Hop. He has toured over seas and opened shows for many Hip-Hop heavy weights such as Meek Mill and Juelz Santana. “All I Do is Ball,” the first single off Blow’s trap music style mixtape “Flexxin Was The Case,” features French Montana and has been a major hit on WorldStarHipHop.
Blow is currently on tour promoting his project with various shows in New York, Illinois and his home-state of Florida. Blow seems to bring his A-game to everything he does because both the tour and mixtape have been highly phrased by fans.
The tattoo and fashion enthusiast is signed to Independently Major Entertainment (IME), a Miami-based record label founded by former NFL running back Thomas Jones. Blow credits a lot of his success to Jones for believing in his career and teaching him to always aim higher.
“When I first met Jones he told me never to settle,” said Blow over the phone. “That encouraged me to give it my all. Now all I do is music, I don’t sleep.”
Immediately following the tour, Blow will head to Atlanta, Ga., for three months to work on new music. When asked if he will be releasing an album in the near future Blow stated it is a possibility but feels he needs to put in more footwork before an Album is released.
As Blow’s career and fan-base continue to grow, he promises to keep putting out quality music for his fans as they wait for his album.
“The more I live, the more I have bigger hopes and dreams,” said Blow. “Things will only get better from here, trust me.”
Follow Blow on Twitter (@Blow727) to stay up-to-date with all his endeavors.