Black Sun began his music career as J-Fine, a member of the rap trio A.M.B. (After Midnight Boyz) in 1992. In the late 90s, he went solo and changed his name to Black Sun and met with fellow local lyricist Slimm Goines. The two MCs collaborated on the track "Real MC Love" on Mr.Goines' debut EP "Notes From The Scribe" and then began doing shows together. Black Sun signed with the independent label Ruff Rhyme Records and released his long awaited debut album, "Full Eclipse" in 2009. Black Sun was quickly becoming one of the brightest and fastest rising stars in the D.M.V. Area's growing independent and underground Hip-Hop/Rap scene through word of mouth. His critically acclaimed debut album had sold over five thousand (5000) CD units and continues to sell at his shows and online. His first single "Tonight" (featuring Cristalis) was a regional success when it started getting airplay on college radio across the country while his other singles were being featured on dozens of mixtapes around the globe. He has also been featured in underground hip-hop magazines such as The Underground Fix and 1 World. Black Sun is a member of the D.M.V. area rap super group Tha Boogeymen with Slimm Goines, Multiple Man, Relentlezz Dre, Dee Rich & producer Big Poppa Nard. They have recently released their first mixtape single, "Ambitionz", a cleverly devised remake of 2Pac's 1996 hit song "Ambitionz Of A Ridah". Their official debut single, "Judgement Day" is in stores now which will be followed by their debut album Global Domination. Currently, Black Sun is touring the east coast & midwest with his band The Collective to promote his singles "Higher" and "Only In The District", while finishing his long awaited project, "The Hollywood Brown EP".
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