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Originally from Maryland but now based in L.A., Wax was the frontman/guitarist for a band called MacGregor for five years. Then he blew up (relatively) on YouTube, posting rap videos with his twin brother, Herbal T. Now Continue follows up his popular mixtapes Scrublife and Eviction Notice, both released while he was briefly signed to Def Jam. Using the modern white-rapper formula of excessively wordy rhymes, overly pronounced flows, and songs mostly about partying and girls (see: Eminem, Asher Roth, Sam Adams, et al.), he's the type of artist who could be hugely popular with the right timing and marketing. Production-wise, he's refreshingly diverse, with tracks that are alternately guitar-driven blues ("Worked So Hard," "Gin and Tap Water"), romantic comedy anthems ("Toothbrush"), pseudo-Latin ballads ("Rosana"), and straight-up glossy pop ("Outta My Mind"). Undeniably catchy with quotable verses for days, this could very well be Wax's next big breakthrough. Don't miss "Stupefied" or "I Shoulda Tried Harder."

Customer Reviews

Big Wax

Seriously one of the realest rappers out. Always killing it.


another great album from Big Wax!!! everything about this album is pure gold. thank you Wax for such an amazing and outstanding album. Straight FIRE!!!

Downloading it before the release date.

Haven't even heard it yet, I know I'll love it.


Born: 1980 in Washington, D.C.

Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap

Years Active: '00s, '10s

After fronting the band MacGregor, L.A.-based rapper Wax broke off on his own and launched a solo career by posting his videos to online sharing sites. Grabbing fans quickly with his wit and fluid style, Wax earned more than enough "views" to interest Def Jam, and he signed a deal with the major label in 2011. While disagreements on how his future would pan out caused the marriage to dissolve in 2012, Wax was happy to go independent and looked toward his established online fans to carry his career...
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