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Industry Material
  • Artist: Pardon My Flow
  • Label: CD Baby
  • UPC: 689076964333
  • Item #: CDBY696433
  • Genre: Rap/Hip Hop
  • Release Date: 12/5/2006
  • This product is a special order
  • Rank: 1000000000
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Industry Material on CD

Pardon My Flow, born Equan Haines, on July 8, 1983, has been anticipating his release and hopes he can live up to the caliber of work that proceeds him. With his debut album completed, and the video for his first single having been shot, it makes time seem to fast forward. For Pardon, this makes it easy for him to appreciate what he has been through getting to this stage. It was 10 years ago when Pardon realized he had a gift with words, which meant he could express any emotion or thought with blunt clarity. Being so young, this often caused much drama so Pardon quickly learned to express himself on paper and in rhyme to avoid repercussion. Now years beyond that stage, Pardon can honestly say he has been on his grind for awhile now and has developed into an artistic and versatile MC. While attempting to establish his own identity, Pardon My Flow has opened for Platinum Recording Artists Neyo, Cameron, Rick Ross and Lloyd Banks. As previously mentioned, Pardon's album is scheduled to be released on October 30, 2006. With the release of his album, Pardon can only feel excited about his hard work finally being recognized by the same listeners that embraced Biggie, 2-Pac, Pun and Big L., to name a few of the fallen legends that have grown to inspire many. Looking forward to making his mark in the Industry, it would only be right to pave the way with his debut album Industry Material.