Don't Call Me Gangsta
The Mighty Powerful Talker has paid his dues on the Street. He kicks real life lyrics, reflecting what happens on the streets of DC, that and are transferable to other cities. He lives three miles from the DC line in Oxon Hill, Maryland. MPT was born in Concord Massachusetts in 1985. He was surrounded by music in his father's music studio. During the summer, he toured schools in the south as an artist promoting the Stay in School message and his highlight performance was in Albany Georgia. There he did promotions of the hit song there "Don't Call Me Gangsta" and gave autographs at gas stations, had photo ops with the Georgia State Police, tour support from a local Kentucky Fried Chicken franchisee, and intense public support through the local Radio Station, WJIZ. 96.3 In Baltimore he performed on the bill with Dru Hill and Montel Jordan at the "Brother to Brother for Brothers" conference. He also performed at the Baltimore AFRAM Music Conference opening for Missy Elliott and Total. Later he opened in Fredrick Maryland for Keith Murray and M.O.P. MPT has several tracks produced by "Funk - Dat" man, "SAGAT". MPS has had videos seen nationwide on THE BOX Music Channel, from Florida. The video was seen in New York, Los Angeles, DC, and Maryland and in Virginia. His video can currently be seen on You Tube as well. His music aired on radio stations in Irvine California, Houston Texas, Detroit Michigan, Cleveland Ohio, St. Louis Missouri and Chicago Illinois. He performed in skating rinks, shopping malls and on 125th Street right outside the famous APPOLLO Theater. He has the single "Don't Call Me Gangsta" released on CD Baby.com . . . Ready to go!