Onpoint is not your average barbershop tho let me explain. It doubles as a studio too so this is the perfect environment for me to kill some time when waiting for a trim. Playing some local music off my site (as I always do) I find is a kool way to give a lot of people some exposure to the different A.N.D. music flavors. To make a long story short everyone is bobbing to the sound of the tracks blasting in the background and one brother by the name of Ced mentions to me and says" Tuc you gotta have Rah Eastwood up on the site & have you heard of him"! I replied I hear alot about this kat and that I first encountered him on the Da Luga aka Pooh track called coming 4ya head. [its in the greatest misses page of this site]
I love & respect real lyrical spitters and Rah tho I haven't bump into him on the street yet is just that, a verbal flame thrower hailing from the eastside of the A.N.D. Staying true to why I created this site and that is to help give more shine (exposure) to hard working talent simply, because I personally know this grind from the inside. I've done it since the 90's myself an actual fact, and peeps know my credentials are solid. Rah Eastwood got hella talent, much potential and a message from the streets, to the streets, about the streets of the A.N.D. that's REAL & will be respected only by the REAL. This video I found called "NEVER" explains it all, nuttin left to say.......Dj Tuc Reporting Live from da "A"