- Artist: Born Unnoticed
- Format: CD
- Release Date:6/5/2007
BORN UNNOTICED Born Unnoticed, a native of Grand Folks, North Dakota, has performed with such artists as Doug E. Fresh, Poor Righteous Teachers, Public Enemy, X-Clan, and Sistah Souljah. Among his most memorable performances took place at New York City's Abyssinaian Baptist Church during a celebration of the works of Malcolm X, hosted by the Malcolm X Commemoration Society. It was there that Mr. Unnoticed was given the opportunity to meet and perform for the late Dr. Betty Shabazz and her daughters. In 1994, Born unnoticed released his first single, followed by a second release in 1995. And a third release in 2006 (Homeless) His Album The Altar Call will be released in May 2007. Born's music career began when he started rhyming at the age of ten. As his interest in music increased and he continued to perfect his style, he traveled all over the country, setting up stakes in several places. To date, Born Unnoticed has lived in North Dakota, North Carolina, Indiana, Pennsylvania, New York, and New Jersey. Among Born's musical influences are Donny Hathaway, Marvin Gaye, Public enemy, Ice Cube, Run DMC, and Tupac Shakur.
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