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Solomon Samuel Simone (born January 15, 1990), also known as Raz Simone (/rz s?mon) and Razpy, is an American hip hop recording artist and songwriter from Seattle, Washington.
Through his DIY, do-it-all business Black Umbrella, he has been building his brand by releasing EPs, touring, and filming eye-catching music videos.
Solomon Samuel Simone, his debut solo album, gained notoriety. Raz Simone has worked with a number of top rappers, including Roc Nation label member Jay Park, and more recently GOOD Music artist Pusha T on the track "That Ain't Love" featuring King Leez, which has been lauded by top hip-hop blog sites.
Simone attended a private elementary school. He was a member of the Boys & Girls Club in 2007 and was in the Running Start dual enrollment program.
Solomon Samuel Simone, Simone's debut solo EP, attracted the attention of 300 Entertainment executives Lyor Cohen, Todd Moscowitz, and Kevin Liles, which culminated in a collaboration between the newly formed 300 Entertainment and his Black Umbrella Imprint that resulted in a joint venture between the newly formed 300 Entertainment and his Black Umbrella Imprint.
Simone toured and launched his first full-length album Cognitive Dissonance after his debut EP. Trap Spirituals was released by Simone in 2016. He was nominated for the XXL's Freshman List. Simone appeared in seven cities in June 2016, including Macklemore and Ryan Lewis.
Simone held a "pop-up, drive-in concert" in May 2020 (a type of concert developed in response to the COVID-19 pandemic in order to encourage social distancing).
Simone became an active participant of the self-proclaimed Capitol Hill Autonomous Zone in June 2020, during the George Floyd demonstrations in Seattle. He was described by CNN as the "de facto king of the autonomous zone."
Simone was prominent in news outlets and journals including Fox News, Townhall, New York Post, and City Journal, emphasizing an encounter in which he allegedly assaulted a tagger. Simone is seen on Facebook showing him handgunning a gun to a protester. After "rumors that Proud Boys members of the right-wing party were going to move into the protest zone to set fires and ignite violence," Simone says in Snopes's June 15 Facebook clip.
Simone denied media outlets' portrayal of him.