BLITZ DUNNA 2017 PRESS KIT

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Born and raised in the south End of Boston, Cornell Dixon is an African American with many talents. Blitz Dunna attended Copley International High School now called Snowden International High. His morals are inspired by his parents, being a father of 3 helps him stay grounded. Growing up Blitz Dunna were always an entertainer, at age 9 he started break dancing and performing. He started singing around 11. His passion for rapping started in his high school’s hallway, freestyling with his friends, hitting on the walls for bass. Blitz was signed by Platinum Entertainment and BK Massive who also signed Boot Camp Click a Brooklyn based group. He started touring out in Miami, also juggling his clothing line Fishcale USA in 2004. After parting ways with his label, Blitz teamed up with Universal Records and island Records in Miami. Blitz Also Worked with Tina Davis former manager of Chris Brown. After creating his buzz in Miami blitz came back to Boston and created his own sub-label called Audio Dope Music, which helped push a few local artist such as King Chris. Blitz Dunna is also an actor, he appeared in music videos such as “So Gone” By Monica, and R Kelly “Feeling On Your Booty “had a few roles on History Channel. Now he is working on a leading role for an upcoming urban film and his EP “How I Live” which has been playing on a few Boston radio stations. Blitz success brought a lot of gains and along he took a few losses. His motto is “it’s not what you have, it’s what you do for people” Rose Dorcely Blitz gets gratification from other people’s success, he loves to watch someone benefit from his performances.

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