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Welcome! Gospel Rapper MC F.A.M.E.: From Gangsta 2 Gospel

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Tune in as Gospel Rapper M.C. F.A.M.E. (Burnetta Hood) talks about how she went from a "gansta" rapper to a "Gospel" rapper. You don't want to miss this!!

Burnetta "M.C.  F.A.M.E." Hood is a Female Gospel Gangsta Rapper from Cleveland, Ohio. Starting in the music business as a gangster rapper cussing and entering rap battles called Spit Boxing hosted by Cleveland Legend Suave Goddi who had coined M.C.  F.A.M.E. the 1st Lady of Spit Boxing.  M.C. F.A.M.E. realized after winning 3 Championships that if what her music did to her listeners wasn't about edifying the God she was starting to serve, that it was no business for her to be doing it any longer; therefore, she turned from secular street music to Gospel street music...she decided that you cannot  just preach to the choir and the lion's den must be attended to. Her songs Standin' On Da Blocc, Strugglin' and Product of the Ghetto speak to those struggling to enter the Lord's House...reaching the masses talking to the marginal people as Jesus Himself did is who she plans to maintain ministering to.

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