After taking first place in two battles on the eastern shore of Maryland, Class continued to prove his dominance in 2005 with wins at Frostburg University's "Got Lyrics" emcee Battle and at the Pepsi Motion Tour Freestyle Battle in Dulles, VA. Back in Charm City A-Class hooked up with the independent record label, Brake Fast Records LLC and made an appearance on their compilation album, "Divisions of Labor". Class continued his quest for bragging rights by participating in a slew of Baltimore battles during 2006. After taking second place in "Style Warz" and "One Mic - Legends of the Fall", A-Class made two appearances on Baltimore's own 92.3Q Jams' Tuesday Night Fights, an on-air emcee battle.
He then went on to take first place in the "Hell is for Heroes" battle in Washington, DC and in "Who's Rhyme is it Anyway" at the Knitting Factory in Manhattan. Now signed with Brake Fast Records, A-Class has opened for a number of hip-hop legends including KRS-One, Ghostface Killah, Souls of Mischief, and the Boot Camp Clik. In 2007 Class dropped his debut album rightfully titled "Motive Response" with production by Tom Delay, P-Nyce, Rosirus, DJ Dyrti, and Big Whiz. Discography: Motive Response  Divisions of Labour  Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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