A native of Atlanta, Bobby Creekwater was noticed by Shady Records when label executives heard him rapping on Aasim's demo CD. Shady Records president Emimem was more interested in Creekwater than Aasim and, in summer 2005, made him the second Southern rapper signed to Shady Records, Stat Quo being the first.
In fall 2005, Bobby Creek released his mix-tape Anthem to the Streets. The mixtape showed him straying from the normal stylings that are common on today's mix-tape scene and instead had many songs from the demo that got him his record deal earlier in the year. In 2007 he released the "sequel" to Anthem to the Streets, entitled Anthem 2 Da Streetz II.
On December 5, 2006, Eminem released Eminem Presents: The Re-Up, a mix-tape turned album created to give Shady Records two newest members, Creek and Ca$his some air time. Creek is heard on many of the album's tracks including a remix of Eminem and Nate Dogg's single Shake That.
Bobby Creekwater has been reported as hard at work on his debut album A Brilliant Mistake. Eminem will be the executive producer of the album, with Bobby Creekwater and his team, Triangle Offense, as producers.
Last update | May 24, 2007