Welcome to the world of "MAJOR LEAGUE"! This underground Ceo/Rapper/Producer is sure to leave a mark in your musical heart with his unique style. He presents with the swag of Lil Wayne, energy of Lil Scrappy, Gangsta attitude of The Game, and hustler's ambition of Diddy. His music will remind you of "bay area" meets "dirty south", and is sure to have you throwing your hands up rocking to the beat. Steven Johnson Jr BKA Steve Da M.L.B was introduced to music by his father Steven Sr. a part time DJ, in Lexington, KY. By the time he reached elementary school Steve could no longer deny his musical calling and began to display his talents in the school's talent shows. When Steve reached the 4th grade he was in a new city, with a new sound, and a new found love for the underground rap scene. In 2000 he decided to seriously pursue his rap career and became Steve "Da M.L.B" which stands for Major League Boss; since "becoming" Steve Da M.L.B he has performed at several talent shows, completed countless mix tapes, and had guest spots on several local projects. Steve is currently working on his 1st solo project while shopping for a deal with a major record label, and also building his rap empire with an independent underground record label "M.L.B Records". With his swag, energy, talent, drive, attitude, and artistic views Steve Da M.L.B is sure to leave a lasting impression on the music industry!
"Pauly D is just a DJ and he's on G-Note records which is sort of an affiliate to G-Unit. IDK what's up with why they don't have Paris on a couple of tracks. Same with Shawty Lo, I guess they only want a couple of dudes reppin the…"
"Why did this n**** want a belly chain for?? Why does the jeweler seem like he was the n**** on the small yellow bus that went ham on crayons?? sean its over, youre broke before we know it maybe youll use the belly chain to strangle yourself with."
"Some of y'all are smoking something out of this world calling Paris trash and stuff ! Man are you serious!?? Her mixtape and all the songs she's dropped recently are good and way better that 80% trash out there! That girl can rap so quit…"