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Nametag got involved in Detroit’s hip-hop history early, and in a big way: his first placement was on Slum Village’s compilation “Dirty District Vol. 1.” From there, he continued to body other appearances on Motor City classics such as “Dirty District Vol. 1 & 2, and Black Milk’s “Popular Demand. But while contributing to others’ projects, he continued to build his own footing with a collection of critically acclaimed mixtapes, EPs and full length albums such as “The Name Is Tag" and "For Namesake". He has earned the respect of indie rap heavyweights and publications such as XXL, 2DopeBoyz, Detroit Free Press and more.
His latest project "The Tag Alexander EP" initially sparked from what was temporarily a name change (Tag Alexander) at the time early in 2014. From there, he began releasing random singles throughout most of the year's first quarter online. 'Tag had already been tentative about changing his name to Tag Alexander, but with many fans not being as receptive to it, he decided to convert back to Nametag. This decision also moved him to take songs from the single series, combined with new music as well to create the project. This time around, the project is very limited on artist features (Ty Farris appears on "The Muscle") but is layered with production that gives it a very cohesive sound. Its lead single "Reward" produced by A. Will Traxx is the proper representation for how Nametag has grown throughout his solo career. The Tag Alexander EP is available now in digital stores everywhere online via Tag's label, Lead And Be Legendary and hard copies can be purchased directly at tagalexander.com