The Draymond Note
Anthony “Dirty Mensah” Mensah, was born and raised, literally, on the mean streets of Milwaukee, where he learned Karate from the Karate Kid himself Jaden Smith. As early as 2015 he honed his martial arts and rap knowledge by studying under the tutelage of Grandmaster Shaq “Kazam” O’Neal. Although both, martial arts and “spitting mad bars” hold his heart, he also is passionate about the rights of the Pokemon in the “Pokémon Go” region of the world and how we can further make them do our bidding. As a world traveler, he has been throughout the state of Wisconsin, and DC. He finds his experience to have shaped him to be the Kung Fu loving, rap demigod the world has come to know him as. Additionally, as per every bio he writes he wants everyone to know that his mixtape “Just Warm Enough to Still Be Good, but Not Too Hot To Handle”. Is coming out in 2016, 2017, and 2018, as apart of his mixtape trilogy release. In addition to his Pokemon activism, he enjoys giving back to celebrities in need, regularly mentoring aspiring basketball stars and celebrities such as Kanye West, Kendrick Lamar, Lebron James, KD, Michael Jordan in the art of rap and basketball, with his good friends and heroes Brian Scalibrine and Vanilla Ice. His role models include Frosty the Snowman, the Get Puffed Man from the Ghostbusters series, Katt Williams, Ice JJ Fish, and Ned from Ned’s Declassified and the Simpson. He hopes to one day own the rights to American Dragon Jake Long to give the sequel series that the world longs for.
|Voice Part||All Parts|
|Solos||“September”, “At Last”, “Valerie”, Kanye Medley — Chance’s Part, “Ignition (Remix)”|