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Twista's GMG Artist B-Hype Drops Video For It's My Life

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Chronicling Drug Addition & Triumph B-Hype Delivers Over This Smooth Anthem

CHICAGO - EntSun -- B-Hype gives you an honest and candid view into his life on the new song and video "It's My Life". Over the smooth production of Dj Tight Mike, B-Hype spits "A story so cold you'll think its the winter". The visuals capture the story perfectly thanks to the direction of  A Dawreck Visual.

The video follows B-Hype as he tells the story of how promising life was until he started  "sniffing them blows" that ultimately offset his career and strained his friendship with Twista. The song intensifies as he confesses his father met his demise due to a heroin addiction as well. B-Hype tells about how he lost it all ( shows, features etc.) and had to take up menial work just to make ends meet for his family.

Don't get it twisted this song is far from a pity party it's more like a celebration of triumph or a comeback anthem. By the third verse as B-hype says, "I got my act together, I'm getting Money and back with my homie," signaling all is good in the land of Twista and he has been back in the studio, back on the road and back sober. "I shared my story hopefully it can help someone else realize you can beat this, If I did you can," says B-Hype.

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Jonnie Euell also known as B-Hype The Verbal is a Chicago native and is no stranger to its savage westside streets or its deep musical roots. Somewhere between those westside streets and Chicago's legendary music scene B-Hype found himself addicted to heroin and in need of personal repair.

As a member of Chicago's pioneering class of hip hop artist B-Hype had made a name for himself and would eventually meet rapid fire spitter Twista who would go on to be the world fastest rapper according to the Guiness book of world records. Serving as Twista's partner and trusted hype man for several years B-Hype witnessed the tip of stardom until a heroin addiction derailed his plans.

The mission for B-Hype is to bring hip-hop back to the way it used to be, honest and fun. First and foremost, he wants to entertain the people, because he loves what he does. His satisfaction comes from being able to perform with Twista in front of the fans. For both Twista and B-Hype it's all about the music; however, Twista feels he has much more to accomplish.

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