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It is said that the eyes are the window to a man's soul. If you look into the eyes of Lue Kane, AKA Mr. Everythang you will see a soul that far surpasses that of most men. To many Lue Kane could be deemed as a typical rapper trying to make it, but there is nothing typical about this young man. Lue Kane raps with heart and passion about his experiences and growing up in the streets. At the age of 14, Lue Kane began rapping as a means of expression. He saw everyone in his neighborhood rapping and he thought that it was easy and he could do it. The problem was that when Lue Kane began, he felt that he wasn't as good as everyone else. Forced to elevate himself and determined to be great, Lue Kane began to develop his own style. It is that style that set him apart and that has helped to create the swag that he has today. The day before Lue Kane entered into a juvenile program, he recorded his first song, "All I Know", with Big Love, Cinnamon, Lil-A and KingPen. After spending 6 months in a juvenile program, Lue Kane came out ready and focused. With the direction of his cousin Jit, Lue Kane began rapping about things that others were not talking about. The studio became his second home, so much that Jit built a studio specifically for Lue Kane in his backyard. Yetti, CEO of Woop Something Records, took Lue Kane under his wing and began working with him. Hurricane Lue, another nickname, began ripping thru the streets of Pensacola. He began writing more and performing more. As both the momentum and impact of Hurricane Lue began to increase, the storms truly began to come. Left and right everyone began being sent to prison or even worse, dying. Lue Kane knew that he had to make it out of the streets of Pensacola. Lue Kane teamed with Yetti and Jit and made a song called "Major Moves". A week later, both Yetti and Jit were arrested and our currently spending time in a Federal Prison. Although Lue Kane had finished his album, he had no one helping him to put it out. Lue Kane began doing mixtapes with other area artist, such as Big Love of RedDott Entertainment. The streets were loving him. His song "50 Deep", originally "Throw Em Up" has been deemed one of the hottest tracks out of Pensacola. Nic at Nite of 93BLX has been playing it for nearly two years. One day, Lue Kane thanked him and Nic replied, "I don't need a thank you. I play good music. 50 Deep is good music." Lue Kane just released his long awaited debut album, The Ride On My Way To The Trap, which includes "50 Deep" with Pastor Troy, "Bounce Back" with Blood Raw and the club banger "Money In Da Bank" with Mike Bless. The album is available both in stores and online. Many artist spend half of their lives in the studio recording good music for everyone in the studio to hear. Many artist are content with being hometown celebrities, but just like his style, Mr. Everythang is not typical. It is his drive and determination that makes Lue Kane focused on the world hearing him. Pensacola is just the beginning. Be on the lookout for Hurricane Lue to come thru to a city near you. Show your support by BUYING the new album The Ride On My Way To The Trap. If you can't afford to buy the album, download a ringtone. For booking information, contact LUEKANE12@GMAIL.COM OR LUEKANEAKAMR.EVERYTHANG@YAHOO.COM



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