R-Mean – Wanted

R-Mean - Wanted

R-Mean – Wanted

Professionally known by his stage name R-Mean just released a new single titled “ R-Mean – Wanted” , born in Los Angeles, Armenian-American rapper R-Mean is bringing word of his mountainous ancestral republic to one of our biggest cultural expressions of all: Hip-Hop. As the first rapper of Armenian descent to achieve his level of international and national acclaim, R-Mean is heading towards the ranks of his fellow Armenian icons System Of A Down and Kim Kardashian. His multi-cultural background and extensive fan base has afforded him multiple opportunities to perform around the world including Canada, Europe, and all over the United States.

With a flow reminiscent of Nas and Eminem, influenced by his diverse upbringing, always staying true to real Hip-Hop, R-Mean breaks international barriers through his music like no other artist.He is honored to have received fan mail with heart felt testimonials and pictures of people bearing tattoos of his name and lyrics. He has been featured as the opening act for Nas, Bone Thugs N’ Harmony and Method Man just to name a few and has collaborated with artists like The Game, Joe Budden, and Too Short. In addition, he has headlined sold out concerts at notable venues like the House of Blues Sunset, Troubadour and the Mayan LA.

His song “Open Wounds” dedicated to the Armenian Genocide lead to the formation of Open Wounds 1915, an organization that spreads awareness about humanitarian causes through Hip-Hop, fashion, and social media. This movement has been recognized by people all over the world, resulting in tens of thousands of T-shirts sold of which proceeds have been donated to several charity organizations. Many celebrities and Hip Hop artists have supported it as well including The Game, Sway Calloway, Tech N9ne, Method Man, Xzibit, Dj Premier, Mya, System of a Down, Capital Cities, Dj Skee, Dj Drama, Logic, and more. Now take a listen to  R-Mean – Wanted


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