|Name Durt Boi||Role Musical Artist|
Durt boi pop drop roll official video
Durt Boi, born Brandon Townsend, is an American hip hop/rap VEVO artist, based in Memphis, Tennessee. Durt Boi started his music attempts at the age of 9. Hailing from the tough streets of the Riverside community in South Memphis, Durt Boi had to overcome many struggles and hardships, such as his father being incarcerated when he was only 9 years old. After suffering from the devastating blow of his father receiving a life sentence, Durt had to adapt to the instability of bouncing from home to home between his mother, grandma, and aunt. Longing for that missing void in his life from the absence of his father, Durt enlisted in the Military service after graduating high school. According to PledgeMusic, after serving a tour in Iraq, Durt was stationed at Ft. Lewis in Seattle (Tacoma), WA. Realizing he had a true talent with music, Durt and two friends started the group, “The Durty Boiz.” From ’05 – ‘09 the group released two albums, “The Connection” and “Durty Dolla: 1st Deposit.”
2009 the group split up and Durt Boi returned home with his goal of pursuing a musical career. When he returned home he had the opportunity to work with C&N Management and Marketing, where he launched his solo career. Durt Boi got his break in 2011 when he made the front cover of Memphis’ Streets Scene’s Magazine and was awarded the “Out of Town New Artist of The Year” at the 2011 Jackson Music Awards. Durt Boi has collaborated with rappers like 8ball&MJG, Young Buck, Too Short, Devin The Dude, and Playa Fly.
So far in 2015, Durt has definitely raised some eyebrows in the hip-hop community with the official release of the video to his new party anthem, Supa Soakar.