Local Bulkley House Studio to Release First In-House Project

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Local rapper Reggie “ThankGod” Brown, who was profiled in a Scene cover story, passed away nearly a decade ago and now one of the founders of the Cleveland based hip-hop record label Rulership Entertainment is planning to release B.E:IIIXVI (Black Excellence: 316), a new album from local rapper/singer SIR, to commemorate the anniversary of his passing. SIR was most recently featured on the Live Mixtapes project Cleveland Made, Cleveland Paid, which showcased Cleveland artists.

These days, SIR operates out of Bulkley House, a “four floor creative space designed for all forms of innovation to flourish.” Bulkley House has attracted Ohio acts such as Machine Gun Kelly, Stalley and Kid Cudi. It had a soft opening in September and is still under construction. B.E:IIIXVI (Black Excellence: 316) is slated to come out on Memorial Day. It's the first in-house project from Bulkley House.

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