Self Distruction Survives While rising above the darker days which his stage name implies, Los Angeles’ Self Distruction utilized his life experiences throughout the urban Southern Californian streets to create some of the hottest independent songs in the scene. Each song contains beats as volatile as black gun powder and rhymes as smooth as silk, threatening to blow the roof off the club every time the DJ drops the needle on the vinyl.
With tracks like “Drug Warz,” “Grand Theft Auto” and his smash-hit single “Smoke Out,” it’s crystal clear where Self Distruction is coming from. For those seeking another taste of that bumpin’, West coast style gangster hip hop, this is your ticket.
West coast hip hop has been a powerful force in the hip hop industry for years, especially in the late 80's and early 90's with those hard core heavy bangin' west coast beats! However, there hasn't been much that has been coming to the forefront from the west coast. So what does the west coast hip hop scene have to offer as of late?
Enter the scene of Marcus Rawles, aka Self Distruction! This kat straight out of Los Angeles is bringing back that swagger of west coast hip hop in his music, while still keeping true to his own art.
Self Distruction has been rapping for years, making his presence highly felt in L.A. as well as other cities across the nation.