Wogan Woodard III, Better known Hip-Hop artist B. Right CEO of American Hip-Hop label "Music Influences The Soul Music Group". B. Right, is on mission to change today’s rap game as we know it. You won’t find him trying to sound like every other rapper currently in the industry. There’s already too many
imitators. B. Right takes pride in being the ultimate innovator.“ This
is my time.
I’ve worked very hard on my latest project. I’ve overcome
obstacles to get to the point where I am now and even when they tried to
bring me down I still rose above. Now here I am,” stated B. Right.B.
Right takes listeners on a journey to how he rose above adversity,
hardships and obstacles. At almost 24, he’s proving nothing will get in
the way of his dreams as a being labeled a true, authentic artist.“I’ve
been rapping professionally for 6 years. I started at 18. I’m 24
now. With the album, I take it back way to the beginning. I’m reflecting
on how far I’ve come and where I’m going,” stated.
B. Right describes his latest project, scheduled for a July 31st release, as true
southern hip hop combined with a universal sound. No matter where you come from or who you are, music lovers will appreciate his latest masterpiece. “It doesn’t matter what background you come from or even if you don't speak the same language as me, they’ll appreciate my sound,” stated B. Right.Influenced by J. Cole, Kendrick Lamar, Wale and T.I.—B. Right is a versatile artist who comes over his lyrical beats with clever melodies and harmonies.“I have clever melodies, and I think that comes from me growing up in the church. I used to sing in the choir,” stated B. Right. “For this latest project I put my soul into it. Back around 2010 and 2011, I struggled to get people to listen to my music. But over the last year or so, that’s changed. People are really excited for my latest project. Name for Myself.”