Hailing from Baltimore, Maryland, B-doe, Brandon Thomas is an artist who started creating his own hip hop music at 12 and switched his subject matter to reflect a more biblical worldview at 16, B-doe has been growing in his faith, serving in his local congregation, and developing as a man of integrity ever since.
Now 24 years old, B-doe’s passion is to preach repentance through the rap medium to all who will listen in his native city and beyond. He says “ … in Baltimore we’re used to murders on the news” and that in the local slang, a common response of resignation to this incessant crime is “that’s how it be though.” Local articulation of the last two quoted words is phonetically “b-doe,” hence how Brandon acquired his stage name. To him, it displays mankind’s lack of sensitivity to sin. What this young artist is voicing, though, is a cry to increase awareness of sin, reject it, and turn to the Most High. B-doe intends to spend his career in hip-hop doing just that.