From Safeway to Samurai

Posted by | January 30, 2015 | News | No Comments

Recently The Los Angeles Times did a feature story on one of the indie rappers that is having his music featured in the upcoming Afro Samurai 2 game. We’re excited to see an indie rapper get his big break in an indie game and we can’t wait to share more of his work.

“Last year, Robinson was searching for fresh musical talent for his studio’s game, “Afro Samurai 2,” a sequel to the 2009 action-adventure game based on the titular manga and cartoon series. The first game had voice acting from Samuel L. Jackson and music direction from rap artist Rza of Wu-Tang Clan.

Hip-hop would play an even bigger role in the sequel. A Bay Area native, Robinson preferred local and relatively unknown rappers, like some who had worked on the first “Afro Samurai.”

Learn more about his story at : The Los Angeles Times – Afro Samurai 2 Indie Rapper Article