Bio

                Brandon McBride (Record Label Artist/Owner) started with his natural talent for freestyle rapping as young as 12, freestyling with friend’s, at parties, etc. He soon realized he had a talent he needed to keep working towards every day being Inspired by artists like Frank Sinatra and Black Sabbath all the way to Eminem and Kevin Gates.  Writing song’s as he grew older, with no place to record due to lack of finances, he focused mainly on his free style’s and  although getting in trouble with the law throughout his whole childhood had slowed him down at the age of 15 he moved out to Oregon where he began writing and recording his first mix-tape.“From Utah To Oregon” Produced by DonMagicFish. He then moved back to Utah to pursue further music ventures and ended up obtaining an addiction that led to him being homeless, almost claiming his life, and claiming multiple lives of his loved ones around him. He struggled with the addiction for a couple years and finally achieved a level of sobriety at age 20, with no way of recording he decided it was time to save and build his own home studio and mix and master his own music to achieve the message and sound he had always wanted to. That is when he created BadHabbitRecords.

Short bio/statement

                                                                                                                     BRANDON MCBRIDE                                                                                I am a 22-year-old writer/singer/freestyle-rapper & beginner-producer from Utah&Oregon. Music is my passion and my dedication. Inspired by artists like Frank Sinatra and Black Sabbath all the way to Eminem and Kevin Gates. I have come from being homeless and addicted to forming BadHabbitRecords, mixing and mastering my own music, and following my dream. I believe anyone can achieve success from total failure. My music will be an example.

"Life is a movie, pick your own role. Climb your own ladder or you dig your own hole. Sit around crying' that's like sittin' round dyin' you wanna touch the sky, bitch you figure out flyin."”

— J - Cole