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vigoronline.com Brian “Cuzzin Bop” Peterson has persevered. He played football and basketball in high school, but he suffered a broken collarbone. His father left when he was nine. His mother fel…

vigoronline.comBrian “Cuzzin Bop” Peterson has persevered.He played football and basketball in high school, but he suffered a broken collarbone. His father left when he was nine. His mother fell victim to the streets. Bop did some jail time. Now the Harrisburg-based rhyme spitter is working on three mixtapes simultaneously. He’ll release the first one in mid October. His previous mixtapes are Grindhouse and Swag Flu.We caught up with Bop recently at Harrisburg-based stores Styles West and…See More
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Harrisburg,pa
About Me
Brian (Bop) Peterson was born November 29th, 1986 in Harrisburg, Pa. Bop is the second oldest child of seven children between his father and mother. Bop grew up in the uptown area of Harrisburg. He lived life like any normal kid but events his young life left him with a story to tell. Bop can tell you how about watching his father leave when he was nine years old to move to Atlanta, Georgia. He has memories permanently tattooed in his mind of watching his mother transform from being a hustler to a customer. At eleven years of age Bop had to take the responsibility of caring for his younger siblings (two brothers age 9 and 7 and a sister under one years of age). Shortly after, his mother was arrested and his dad moved back to Harrisburg to take responsibility for him and his brothers; his sister was cared for by his aunt (now deceased) Lorraine Peterson. Bop developed a close relationship with his father while his mother was in and out of prison. He began to take an interest in sports. His father attempted to keep him and his brothers active with sports such as basketball, football, and baseball. Though Bop lived in the outskirts of Harrisburg with his father he carried his inner city mentality with him. Bop managed to continue to sell drugs without his father knowing, using his grandmother's house an excuse to be in the city.
Bop stop selling drugs at sixteen to focus on playing basketball and football in high school. Due to a broken collarbone injury his sophomore year and his grades caused him to miss half of his junior year of football. This setback caused Bop lost his drive for sports. In late 2002 Bop’s mother was released from prison. After his football season in his junior year Bop moved back into the city with his mother. His mother encouraged him to stay into sports and he took her advice. In the summer of 2004 Bop discovered he possessed another talent; rapping. He never took it seriously until a local singer name Sincere set up a battle between Bop and a local rapper name Choyce. Who later Bop teamed up with to start a “movement”. Bop made his way to a local studio owned by Michael (Whyte Mike) Davis who was childhood friends with Choyce. Bop became a member of Hood Legends along with Choyce and another local rapper Shrizz Mac. In 2005 Bop “street life” caught up with him and he was sentenced to 2 to 5 years in a state correctional facility. Bop not only lost his freedom but he lost a full scholarship to Alabama St. for football.
During his time in the Camp Hill correctional facility Bop took rap more serious and focused on honing his craft. Bop began to study the dictionary to increase his vocabulary. He began writing at least three songs a day. Bop felt like he was ready to take on the title of being the king of his city when it came to rap. He was released to a halfway house in March 2008. After being released Bop was ready to take on his responsibilities as a father and get acquainted ( his son and daughter who were born while he was in prison). He was also ready to put in quality time in the studio. Throwing the songs he wrote in prison away and writing new ones Bop released a mixtape in December 2008 called Tha Cleanup Man (Bases Loaded). Bop got a buzz but not the buzz he was looking for. Due to some parole violations March 2009 Bop's P.O put him back into a halfway house where he wasn't able to leave the property. Released from the halfway house June 2009 Bop didn't let the setback stop him. Releasing another mixtape October 2009 called Tha Grindhouse while working on another one where he hopes to drop late November 2009 Bop is finally getting the buzz he's been looking for.
Zip Code
17111
Gender
Male
Relationship Status
Single
Orientation
Straight
Ethnicity
Black/African
Physical Type
Average
Height
5'9"-5'11"
What do you do
Professional
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2005 – Black Mobb
2006 – Gang Green (Featured On)
2006 – Between Heaven and Hell
2006 – Tales From Tha Reepa
2008 – The Cleanup Man (Bases Loaded)
2008 – Welcome To Tha Dark (Featured On)
2009 – Tha Grindhouse
2009 – Tha Dark (Featured On)
2010 – Swagg Flu
2010 – Official March Madness (Featured On)
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vigoronline.com Brian “Cuzzin Bop” Peterson has persevered. He played football and basketball in high school, but he suffered a broken collarbone. His father left when he was nine. His mother fel…

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He played football and basketball in high school, but he suffered a broken collarbone. His father left when he was nine. His mother fell victim to the streets. Bop did some jail time. Now the Harrisburg-based rhyme spitter is working on three mixtapes simultaneously. He’ll release the first one in mid October. His previous… Continue

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