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Hustle & Motivate: Long Island-Based Rapper Anthony John

Hustle & Motivate: Long Island-Based Rapper Anthony John
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OHustle & Motivate, I sit down with real-life underdogs in the world of sports, entertainment, and more. We bring you entertaining, informative conversations shedding light on how these individuals operate.

Their mindset, how they started, what they’re up to now, and how they overcame adversity on the path to greatness.

The aim is to get your wheels turning.

Realizing that a simple mindset shift opens up a world of possibilities.  Because in the end, you can do anything you believe you can achieve.

Quiet and shy growing up, Anthony John turned to music as an outlet. Through consistent hard work, his confidence grew over time.

And it’s taken him a long way.

A short time ago, he won the Funk Flex freestyle contest. Today, he’s an up-and-coming artist working with the likes of established hip-hop heavyweights such as Cassidy and Mark Battles.

Tap the play button below to hear the story of an up-and-coming artist and the mentality that’s helped him tune out the haters on the path to greatness.

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Written By

Division III baseball alum (McDaniel College) and founder of Joker Mag. Sharing underdog stories to inspire the next generation.

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