Working as an engineer and making quality music at the same time Rap artist West Crav proves he can do both. Going as Marcus Strider in his day job and the Hip-hop artist West Crav at night this double sided rapper does both well. He tells us “Being a rapper and a engineer at the most famous computer company Intel is for sure harder than is sounds. 17 years at Intel and just only 2 years working at Intel I dropped my 1st mixtape.” With his 3rd studio album about to be released his work ethic only grows.
Been 3 years since West Crav dropped a studio album. The fans were wondering if he gave it up entirely. With the release of “Welcome To My Dojo” followed up with a few soild videos, we see he’s still on the scene. Now March 20th West Crav drops his follow up project to Barbarian, “3D Vision”.
Executive produced by Raycean this brand new 12 song album is for sure to keep people on their toes. Crav and Raycean have been a dynamic duo when they connect on music. With Raycean’s bass driven beats and West Crav powerful bars the two have made numerous great songs. Now they are back again with another solid project.
Pre orders for the album have already started and the release is set for March 20th. The fans are excited for the launch party sponsored by Grow Sciences. With some of Arizona’s top artist making features and a monster feature from Thizz Nation’s Dubee this album is something to look for.
Most people have trouble working 1 job or just trying to make it in the Hip-hop industry only. The odds of becoming a main stream artist are extremely hard and with the pandemic, keeping a job is hard enough. How West Crav manages to do both at the same time is task alone.
Having his degree in Computers And Electronics and being 1 of the go to guys at Intel West Crav seems to have both under control. Crav has raised the bar with his dynamic rap styles and unique music videos, he’s 1 of the elites in Phoenix and the West Coast in general. March 20th marks the release for “3D Vision” his 3rd studio album and also the 17th year anniversary since he’s been working for the fortune 500 company.