Name: 6'6 240 Location: Morganotwn WV Age: 23
Born son of West Virginias most published african america poet, Norman Jordan. 6'6 240 speaks the same song his father
spoke as a youth, which was growing up in WV black, and poor. 6'6 240 also know as SIX SIX,
aka "The Trailer Park Hustla" began his career in 1999 with one of West Virginia founding hip hop groups
the 304 Reconz. SIX SIX started to gain popularity for his witty puchlines, and
captivating stage pressence. He even was gaining National attention.
Chuck D of the group Public Enemy named 6'6 240's song "66 is Everything" to his
Top 100 Songs of 2001 on his website rapstation.com
In 2003 6'6 240 was invited to MTV's MC Freestyle Battle, but could not attend because of a
schedueling conflict. But its his mixtapes that 6'6 240 is know for,
with songs like "Welcome To WV" that recieved heavy radio, club airplay, it was even played
at West Virginia sporting events for its sense of state pride . Self-empowerment is a
common theme in 6 doubles music, "I was born and raised in a trailer next to my church,
for awhile I thought everybody put water in thier cereal, we were poor, but i didnt know it.
Times can get tough living in Americas number one poverty stricken state (WV), but I love Dub V!, Im gonna die here"
On 6'6 240's debut cd "Big Boi Tactics", its songs like "One" that show you the life of black youth in West Virginia, where
SIX describes waking up to burning crosess in his front yard. Songs like "Country Boy" where he represents his love for
appalachin people, and living. Or a song like "Blind Faith" where you can find 6 telling god he's trying his best, but it gets so
hard. In a industry where everybody story sounds the same, listen to a different kind of story, listen to a real story, 6'6 240.