Skrap Dawg | Bullies Ain't Kool

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Bullies Ain't Kool

by Skrap Dawg

Skrap Dawg is a inspirational, universal hip hop rock artist
Genre: Kids/Family: Children's Pop
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Erik Cordea’ Landry currently known by his stage name Skrap D.A.W.G, is a American rapper, producer, actor, and entrepreneur. Skrap Dawg is a rapper with many styles. He has been compared to great artists such as Jay Z, Biggie, Nas, Scarface and Tupac. Skrap is known for his great story telling ability and his lyricism. Skrap is the balance that main stream hip hop needs right now. He is a true MC.

The song "Bullies Ain't Kool" is part of a organization called "We Are The Village Project" formed by Skrap Dawg and Barrier Breakers Entertainment. The We Are The Village Project was designed to involve the community in the upbringing of today's youth. As the African Proverb says, It takes a village to raise a child. Since Skrap's parents were absent at a time in his life, it took people in the community like teachers, neighbors, community leaders, aunts and older cousins to help raise Skrap. This project is to give the kids today the same thing that helped him as a youth.

The We Are The Village Project is focusing on Bullying in our schools. The song 'Bullies Ain't Kool' was developed to bring awareness to the bullying issues that kids face on a daily basis. When you download the song, part of the proceeds are put back in the village project to help bullied victims and families who've lost their child from the effects of bullying.

Although Skrap's mainstream rap is typically for adults, the songs for the We Are The Village Project will always be for and about the kids.

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