A dope hip-hop moment happened last night (Sept 2nd, 2016 ) in Los Angeles when WBU Novice World Champion Yahu “Rock” Blackwell and Hip hop sensation “K Camp” partied together at the World Arts center in Culver, City California.
K Camp has been promoting his Lyric Ave EP hard over the past few weeks, releasing several freestyles & songs in the process to hold us over, but now the project has finally arrived on iTunes.
Laced with only 6 tracks in total, the follow up to his K.I.S.S. 3 mixtape contains a lone feature from Slim Jxmmi, who appears on the song “Free Money.” Other tracks on the project include “Touchdown, “Ice Cream,” & “Hungry N Lurkin.”
“I had a great time with K camp, he’s a dope artist. Very passionate about his artistry, I had to come support my brother” Says Blackwell
The blue chip cruiser weight boxer Yahu “Rock” Blackwell has been in training camp in preparation for his TV debut on Comcast sports Net (CSN) An opponent is yet to be announced, but the bout is said to be the biggest test of Blackwell’s career thus far. Also, it will be an emotional one, as he’s dedicating his career to his mother Sandra Blackwell, who passed away last summer, due to medical malpractice, says his camp.
Yahu “Rock” Blackwell has been able to make a comfortable living from his already outstanding journey within the sport of boxing, due not only to his prowess in the ring but because of a passion that drives Blackwell outside of the ring as well. He is considered to be one of the most promising boxers in years to come, and with an expected net worth of $1.2 million for 2017, you can understand why Blackwell’s career is on an upward trajectory.
Blackwell will soon be the number one fighter in the World Boxing Union cruiser weight division. Yahu is returning to the ABC and will make his television debut on Comcast Sports Net (CSN) within the 2016 calender, as he fights for the WBU cruiser weight title. Blackwell is already ranked as the #10 boxer in the world by the WBU and IBU, and you can imagine that number will only increase once the belt is around his waist.Blackwell made his pro debut in 2009, but suffered a loss due to broken right thumb and severe levels of dehydration. He’s since earned victories in 15 consecutive fights over sea’s in the IBL, racking up 12 knockouts along, the way 29-year-old has a bright future ahead within the sport.