Hip Hop Artist Bill C Da Don Welcomes MR. Rogers Into His St. Louis Neighborhood
Hip Hop Artist Bill C Da Don Welcomes MR. Rogers Into His St. Louis Neighborhood |@Billcdadon
With St. Louis, MO being the home of Nelly and the St. Lunatics, 6″11 William Perkins, better known by his stage name “Bill C Da Don” is a hip-hop giant earning his stripes in the music game. This lyrically gifted artist St. Louis artist is about to put his city back on the map.
At 14, Bill C became serious about being an artist. He watched his older cousins manufacture and produce beats for years. After carefully watching and learning from his cousins he decided that he’d give it a try with some hand-me-down turntables given to him by his father, a tape recorder, and a mic. Bill C began rapping and singing over instrumentals directly onto the tape recorder. He linked up with a few neighborhood kids and started collaborating and producing tracks, which he then sold on the internet. It wasn’t long before everyone involved in the St. Louis music scene had heard of Bill C, the young mastermind from 702 Eastgate that was making big moves.
The strategy of the project for Bill C is to release methodical material to use as a tool to familiarize consumers with the name Bill C Da Don. His first single “Mr. Rogers” displays his intelligence, verbal skill, and keen eye for social observation that is sure to make him a spokesman of the new hip-hop generation.
Bill C’s music has the creative flair and lyrical content that makes him a young mastermind. This, along with his songwriting abilities and creative word play allows him to prove that with perseverance and hard work you can move mountains.
By bridging the gap between the rock, urban, funk, and hip-hop worlds, Bill C is indeed set to conquer all four realms. In fact, he imagines himself following in the footsteps of success to become a trailblazing artist whose style is unique and distinctive.
It’s a beautiful day in Bill C Da Don’s neighborhood, so be prepared to be his neighbor.