AnonymousCulture Returns as AceCulture With the Release of His New Album, “King Culture”

AnonymousCulture Returns as AceCulture With the Release of His New Album, “King Culture”

Fresh off a hiatus from his success in the music world, AnonymousCulture is back with a new alias, AceCulture and album “King Culture.”

AnonymousCulture began his conquest of the music industry at just 2 years old “play rapping” while growing up in Pleasant Grove, Dallas TX. His true inspiration to pursue being a rapper came from the musical influences of his cousin, Ill the DJ and artists like Jay-Z, Al Green, Tracy Chatman, R.Kelly, and Ludacris.

AnonymousCulture went on to grow his fanbase and buzz with singles like “LALALA” and mixtapes “Intervention,” “Idiotic,” and “Greedy Bam” beside the album “Annexation of Puerto Rico” which was his breakthrough moment in the industry. His reputation as a revolutionary artist bagged him connections with mainstream networks such as FlavaTV, MTV tres, NFL Network and UPN Network. He has also worked, toured, and performed with producers and artists like T.Cash & Swagghouse, Skate Bravo, VibeHits, Xavier Marquis, 8 Ball & MJG, Acehood, Trae Tha Truth, Big Krit, Smoke DZA, Joey Badass, Tyga, and Juicy J, among many others.

After achieving this height of accomplishment in the rap game, AnonymousCulture stepped into the shadows before returning to the spotlight under his rebranded alias, AceCulture. Ready to reclaim his rightful place upon his throne, AceCulture released his cover remix to WizKid and Tems’ hit single, “Essence” to notify the game of his presence back. That was, however, only the beginning. AceCulture dropped the 5-star rated album, “King Culture” which features Houston R&B sensation, Keith Jacobs and Grammy award winning producer, Jay Oliver. Across the 15-song project, everything about its composition is a masterpiece. New flows, smooth cadence, punchline heavy lyrics and witty rhyme schemes; AceCulture wasted no time showing why he is The Culture. He makes rapping at a top tier level sound so effortless. It can only be imagined the arsenal of projects loaded up to let loose on the industry.

AceCulture is a genius at his craft; fresh, energetic, lyrical. His ability to draw inspiration from his life experiences will always make him a fan favorite and relatable artist. Follow his socials and be sure to stream his new album, “King Culture.”

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Snapchat: aceculture214

TikTok: AceEatGreedy


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