Hi-Rez decided to take his talent to the McDonald’s in Time Square. According to Hi-Rez’s manager, the artist composed the lyrics just one hour before he performed one of the best fast food order raps in history.
It’s 2015 and the power of social media is bigger than it has ever been before. Every year you can expect an amazing, talented individual to be discovered on YouTube just as Justin Bieber was in 2008 by Scooter Braun. After Braun came across Bieber’s YouTube channel he arranged a meeting with R&B artist Usher Raymond and the rest is pretty much history.
If you are an unsigned rapper, songwriter, comedian, or actress, you took note of this and know just how important it is to have a loyal and engaged social media fan base. However, there are only few special individuals who will go the extra mile and constantly put out amazing content for their fans, never knowing if one day it will actually pay off. Will it be a 6 second Vine video that lands you a huge endorsement deal with one of the biggest companies in the world, or will it be a 50 seconds McDonald’ s rap that you upload on YouTube? For unsigned rapper Hi-Rez, it was just that.
Hi-Rez along with a few camera guys, his manager, and Coby Persin, a well known YouTube prankster, have produced the latest viral video that just may turn the young rapper into a household name.
After years of writing lyrics and producing videos, “Rez” decided to take his talent to the McDonald’s in Time Square. According to Hi-Rez’s manager, the artist composed the lyrics just one hour before he performed one of the best fast food order raps in history.
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