The Marine Rapper


The Marine Rapper is a 24x billboard charting artist, #1 Billboard Rap artist, the CEO of Ninja Punch Music, Military Musician & Marine combat veteran of Iraq and Afghanistan.

In November 2021, TMR joined Topher and D.Cure to create Billboard hit Let's Go Brandon. In October he teamed up with producer MJ Hanks to create I Left My Home, a song created by using a viral army cadence popularized on Tik Tok. His first billboard chart-topping hit when fellow veteran Topher featured him on his song, The Patriot.

In 2020, The Marine Rapper executive produced and performed on the World War Cypher, released Long Play albums: NighTMRica, HearTMRica, Space Force albums: Rocket Science, Jingle Bell Rap, numerous singles, and collaborations that are all available now on iTunes, Google Play, Amazon Music and Spotify.   

TMR has been featured on: Fox News,, Black Rifle Coffee : Coffee or Die, Drinkin' Bros, CBS Radio, Apple Music, Verizon, We Are The Mighty, and the Range 15 Movie Soundtrack. The Marine Rapper has performed at the House of Blues Vegas and hosted numerous live shows nationwide.  

The Marine Rapper music recounts his military service, which can be sometimes humorous, over Heavy Metal, Hip-Hop, and trap production. TMR strives to motivate others, start conversation and immortalize his fallen brothers and sisters in music.  

TMR also successfully crowdfunded an all-military compilation album Sounds Like Freedom Vol. 1 via Kickstarter. The full-length album was produced by Killavic, Double Tap, Brian Spencer, executive produced by The Marine Rapper, D.Cure, Topher & created by about two dozen other veterans. 

The Marine Rapper served 10 years as a war reporter with infantry battalions during his deployments to Iraq and then Afghanistan. He earned a combat action ribbon in Iraq and an award for combat photography during the same firefight. He was also awarded the Department of Defense Thomas Jefferson award for stand alone photography, the highest distinction for military photojournalists and photographers.

Photo by U.S. Marine veteran Bryan Wark

Photo by U.S. Marine veteran Bryan Wark