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Published on July 19th, 2018 | by Guest Editor


Buzzing Washington D.C Rapper Big Don Bino’s Critically Acclaimed Video 10 Band Brick Has Amassed Over 1.3 Million Views

Popular Washington DC based hip-hop artist, James Todd aka Big Don Bino has been making major moves. He recently signed a distribution deal with Roc Nation. The deal was orchestrated by his manager Everette Davis of OTD Entertainment. Bino began generating major buzz off his January release “Rap Niggas”, which used some of the genre’s biggest stars as clever pawns for his wordplay. It also doesn’t hurt that he is a long time friend of Q Da Fool. His latest video “10 Band Brick” went viral and amassed over 1.2 million views on Worldstar Hip Hop.

What captivates Bino’s audience is his confidence, dedication to his craft, his music and his incessant desire to learn more. He is a self taught /self made hip-hop artist and a one of a kind entrepreneurial artist – always pushing the boundaries of his musical goals and achievements and paving a path for himself in an industry that is tough with competitors.
All Binos songs are personal and driven by his own life story. No one can tell the story better than he can and this feeds his passion and hunger to feed the masses and make a mark in the culture with his musical skills.
Bino is prepping the release of his highly anticipated new project Incarcerated. Bino is on the rise and establishing his brand so it won’t be long before he becomes a household name.
Instagram: @otdbigdonbino
About Big Don Bino
“No matter what is being supplied, a hustler is only as good as his product. With The DMV serving up some of the hottest product in the rap game, native son Big Don Bino  stands as one of the most exciting merchants of cool to emerge in years. Thanks to underground mixtapes like “Big Don Gotti Tha Don Tape” or “Indicted” Bino’s street swagger and authentic style has quickly made believers out of some of the biggest players in the game in D.C. and throughout the south, Big Don Bino has created nothing short of a movement.”

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