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About Prhyme Rhyme Boss

Biography
Trenton Anton Davis (born December 29th, 1987) is an American hip-hop recording artist/songwriter from Ann Arbor, Michigan. Born at St. Joseph Mercy Hospital in Ypsilanti. Born to parents of African American decent.

Growing up on Ann Arbor's westside of the city displayed both the pros and cons for the young MC raised primary by his mother. Struggling with low income, Davis began writing and recording with elder brother Kendall (K-$) whom would also spend time with their father in Minneapolis, Minnesota where he spent summers and some elementary school. As a child they would spend time growing up in Minneapolis, Ann Arbor, Detroit and Canada. Doing the best she could to keep a single parent, trouble was often hard to avoid. Despite performing well in academics and athletics Davis is simply a product of his environment. Run-ins with authorities and school officials would lead to probation for the young teen. Davis would spend his freshman year of high school in and out of the court system.

Chrome Star Records (CSR) began in 1999 along with Eric Hall (Lil -E) in Pinelake Cooperative, one of Ann Arbor's primarily African American neighborhood communities. An entrepreneurial vision of an independent record company, held at such a young age would hold promise. At age, 11 Davis would make his audio debut with three appearances on Chrome Star Records first release: K-Money "Life in the Deuce Vol.1" (1999). As they continued to draw genuine support and love from the community, a spark of inspiration was created.
So much so, Chrome Star Records was re-launched by Davis in 2013.

Performing shows as early as 2003 with then group Seven Tre Quad, with the help of The Ann Arbor Neutral Zone a diverse, youth-driven teen center founded in 1998, dedicated to promoting personal growth through artistic expression, community leadership and the exchange of ideas. This would open the doors for Davis to network with music and art contacts. In 2003, Seven Tre Quad was created along with Donell Mercer (Verbal Trintiy), Aareus Ashford (Mercury), Dillon Page (Young Fathah), Neal Glover (Apollo/Rook), Donovan Jenkins (Jukebox). Together "The Quad" performed numerous shows at the following:


The Michigan Theatre
The Blind Pig
St. Andrew's Hall
The Ann Arbor Summer Festival: Top Of The Park
The Elbow Rom (Ypsilanti)
The Underground (Sandusky, OH)
Ashley's Pub Underground
The University of Michigan League
The Ann Arbor Art Fair
LIVE Nightclub
The Ann Arbor Elks Lodge

[Chicago]
Subterranean
Jerry's (Wicker Park)
Lilly's Bar (Lincoln Park)

Opening for and collaborating with acts such as:


Big KRIT
Boldy James
Flatbush Zombies
Trinidad James
Snow Tha Product
Caskey (YMCMB)
Athletic Mic League
Jamall Bufford (Buff1)
Majestik Legend
The Black Opera
The Macpodz
John Sinclair
Clear Soul Forces
Devin The Dude
MC Serch
Subterraneous
14KT
Bizarre (D12)
Andrew W. K
Lil-Wyte
Illuminous 3
Benzilla
Dante LaSalle
NowOn
One. Be. Lo.
Satta Don Dada
P.L.
Tree City
Fowl
Chris Bathgate
The Abolitionists
London Homicide
Duke Nukem
7Flamez
Celcius Electronics
Nickie P
Seek Selektah
Natureal
Ryan Mac
The Friar
Tru Klassick
J-Classic
Issac Castor (Gameboi)
Mike Burner
Cold Men Young
Red Pill x Hiro Beats
DJ Graffiti
DJ Ell
DJ Dinero
DJ Cataclysmic
DJ ZU
DJ Teddy Ruckspin
DJ Chill Will

And MANY MORE!!!

Discography:

Seven Tre Quad: Gilded City Kings (2003), Minority Report: The Mixtape Vol. 1 - Hosted by Prhyme Rhyme Boss (2005), Southern Comfort Mixtape - Hosted by K-$ (2006), Minority Report Vol. 2: The Expiration - Hosted by Prhyme Rhyme Boss (2007), Golden - Hosted by Prhyme Rhyme Boss / DJ Sofa King (2008 FINAL)

Prhyme Rhyme Boss (SOLO): UP NEXT: PRHYME - Hosted by Prhyme Rhyme Boss / London Homicide (2009), The Herbal Tape - Hosted by Prhyme Rhyme Boss (2011) [Introducing The Friar], The Warm UP (Unfinished Play) 1-2 (2014)

Chrome Star Records: Chrome Star Records Presents: Chrome Chronicles Mixtape Volume 1 (2013)

Prhyme is no stranger to overcoming adversity, and has repetitively exhibited his ability to demolish all that stands in his way to rising to the top. Prhyme has dedicated himself to perfecting the technique, delivery, and swag that has evolved him into the strikingly unique and versatile lyricists he is today. Deemed the Deuce’s premier uprising rapper, his versatile style enables him to rock shows big and small, while appearing to a wide range of audiences.

Prhyme Rhyme Boss also works with Tru Klassick as "Tru Rhymes" - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q-33SlRyXrQ "PrhymeTime" - Debut Album 2015

Awards
Current Magazine - Best Rapper/MC 2011 (Washtenaw County)
Show More
Genres:
Soul, Rap, Underground Rap, Hip Hop
Hometown:
Ann Arbor, Michigan

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About Prhyme Rhyme Boss

Biography
Trenton Anton Davis (born December 29th, 1987) is an American hip-hop recording artist/songwriter from Ann Arbor, Michigan. Born at St. Joseph Mercy Hospital in Ypsilanti. Born to parents of African American decent.

Growing up on Ann Arbor's westside of the city displayed both the pros and cons for the young MC raised primary by his mother. Struggling with low income, Davis began writing and recording with elder brother Kendall (K-$) whom would also spend time with their father in Minneapolis, Minnesota where he spent summers and some elementary school. As a child they would spend time growing up in Minneapolis, Ann Arbor, Detroit and Canada. Doing the best she could to keep a single parent, trouble was often hard to avoid. Despite performing well in academics and athletics Davis is simply a product of his environment. Run-ins with authorities and school officials would lead to probation for the young teen. Davis would spend his freshman year of high school in and out of the court system.

Chrome Star Records (CSR) began in 1999 along with Eric Hall (Lil -E) in Pinelake Cooperative, one of Ann Arbor's primarily African American neighborhood communities. An entrepreneurial vision of an independent record company, held at such a young age would hold promise. At age, 11 Davis would make his audio debut with three appearances on Chrome Star Records first release: K-Money "Life in the Deuce Vol.1" (1999). As they continued to draw genuine support and love from the community, a spark of inspiration was created.
So much so, Chrome Star Records was re-launched by Davis in 2013.

Performing shows as early as 2003 with then group Seven Tre Quad, with the help of The Ann Arbor Neutral Zone a diverse, youth-driven teen center founded in 1998, dedicated to promoting personal growth through artistic expression, community leadership and the exchange of ideas. This would open the doors for Davis to network with music and art contacts. In 2003, Seven Tre Quad was created along with Donell Mercer (Verbal Trintiy), Aareus Ashford (Mercury), Dillon Page (Young Fathah), Neal Glover (Apollo/Rook), Donovan Jenkins (Jukebox). Together "The Quad" performed numerous shows at the following:


The Michigan Theatre
The Blind Pig
St. Andrew's Hall
The Ann Arbor Summer Festival: Top Of The Park
The Elbow Rom (Ypsilanti)
The Underground (Sandusky, OH)
Ashley's Pub Underground
The University of Michigan League
The Ann Arbor Art Fair
LIVE Nightclub
The Ann Arbor Elks Lodge

[Chicago]
Subterranean
Jerry's (Wicker Park)
Lilly's Bar (Lincoln Park)

Opening for and collaborating with acts such as:


Big KRIT
Boldy James
Flatbush Zombies
Trinidad James
Snow Tha Product
Caskey (YMCMB)
Athletic Mic League
Jamall Bufford (Buff1)
Majestik Legend
The Black Opera
The Macpodz
John Sinclair
Clear Soul Forces
Devin The Dude
MC Serch
Subterraneous
14KT
Bizarre (D12)
Andrew W. K
Lil-Wyte
Illuminous 3
Benzilla
Dante LaSalle
NowOn
One. Be. Lo.
Satta Don Dada
P.L.
Tree City
Fowl
Chris Bathgate
The Abolitionists
London Homicide
Duke Nukem
7Flamez
Celcius Electronics
Nickie P
Seek Selektah
Natureal
Ryan Mac
The Friar
Tru Klassick
J-Classic
Issac Castor (Gameboi)
Mike Burner
Cold Men Young
Red Pill x Hiro Beats
DJ Graffiti
DJ Ell
DJ Dinero
DJ Cataclysmic
DJ ZU
DJ Teddy Ruckspin
DJ Chill Will

And MANY MORE!!!

Discography:

Seven Tre Quad: Gilded City Kings (2003), Minority Report: The Mixtape Vol. 1 - Hosted by Prhyme Rhyme Boss (2005), Southern Comfort Mixtape - Hosted by K-$ (2006), Minority Report Vol. 2: The Expiration - Hosted by Prhyme Rhyme Boss (2007), Golden - Hosted by Prhyme Rhyme Boss / DJ Sofa King (2008 FINAL)

Prhyme Rhyme Boss (SOLO): UP NEXT: PRHYME - Hosted by Prhyme Rhyme Boss / London Homicide (2009), The Herbal Tape - Hosted by Prhyme Rhyme Boss (2011) [Introducing The Friar], The Warm UP (Unfinished Play) 1-2 (2014)

Chrome Star Records: Chrome Star Records Presents: Chrome Chronicles Mixtape Volume 1 (2013)

Prhyme is no stranger to overcoming adversity, and has repetitively exhibited his ability to demolish all that stands in his way to rising to the top. Prhyme has dedicated himself to perfecting the technique, delivery, and swag that has evolved him into the strikingly unique and versatile lyricists he is today. Deemed the Deuce’s premier uprising rapper, his versatile style enables him to rock shows big and small, while appearing to a wide range of audiences.

Prhyme Rhyme Boss also works with Tru Klassick as "Tru Rhymes" - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q-33SlRyXrQ "PrhymeTime" - Debut Album 2015

Awards
Current Magazine - Best Rapper/MC 2011 (Washtenaw County)
Show More
Genres:
Soul, Rap, Underground Rap, Hip Hop
Hometown:
Ann Arbor, Michigan

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