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BK Releases New Music Video For “No Pain”

BK is back with the video for his little single “No Pain,” a song that’s both raw and inspiring but that hits all the marks when it comes to the lives of the underdogs. The video launches into a series footage of BK and his crew showing what the Paystyle crew is made of. While the verses show them all loving life and enjoying the fruits of their labors, once the chorus hits a collage of hard work hits the screen. Whether it be in the boxing ring, on the basketball court, or on the track, the video reminds us that in order to play hard, we must first work hard!

Before ever stepping onto the stage, BK began his career as a ghostwriter for his sister and her rap group. His contributions were massive as the group opened for Rah Digga, Redman & Method Man, Trina and Jay-Z just to name a few.

All things must come to an end, however, and it was then that BK decided he would emerge from behind the curtain and use his finely crafted songwriting skills for himself. His time behind the scenes also taught him that the music industry is a cutthroat business.

Rather than trust his art in the hands of anyone not fully invested, he instead founded Paystyle Records as a vessel to deliver his music. The mission of PayStyle Records Inc. is to produce and perform music that will entertain and nurture the hearts and souls of our fans.

As the home to Metro Detroit’s best emerging talent, Paystyle has hit its stride. Naturally, it is BK who is waving that flag 24/7. Even amongst such talent as Rah Digga of Flip Mode, Kurupt with the Dog Pound, Proof and Swifty McVay of D-12,  E-40, and Justyn Credible, it is BK’s contributions that stand out as the best of the bunch.

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