Rambo Hustle Performs at LemonWire


Local Indianapolis talent Rambo Hustle comes to LemonWire’s Music Corner.

Rambo Hustle is a new and rising talented emcee and local Indianapolis artist on the rise. We were lucky enough to have the young artist come in to the LemonWire Music Corner last week for an in depth interview. While there, he gave us insights on his background, current projects, and plans for the future.

You can see the full interview that LemonWire had with Rambo Hustle here. Keep reading for more information on the local Indy artist.

Rambo Hustle

Rambo Hustle is a creative artist originally from Dorado, Puerto Rico, and currently based in Indianapolis. While he has already made a big splash in the local Indy scene, it wasn’t until he moved to Los Angeles in 2009 that Rambo Hustle began writing and recording his own music. Rambo Hustle’s music takes inspiration from a variety of unique sounds, including the Caribbean, the Midwest, and the West coast.

After returning to Indianapolis from the West coast, Rambo Hustle kicked off his return with his Life of the Party Tour in the summer of 2012, opening for acts like Slaughterhouse, Lil Dicky, Kid Ink, Danny Brown, and more. In 2016, Hustle returned to music once again with the release of “I Just Landed in L.A.”, which was featured on the Shade 45 Satellite radio show “The Drive on Shade 45”.

In the past two years, Rambo Hustle has exploded in terms of his output. Last year, he released the three singles, “Worlds Gone Crazy”, “Hit My Line”, and “Forever”. Hustle also released his debut studio album last year, “Palm Trees in Indiana”.

If you enjoyed listening to Rambo Hustle, you can find out more about him by visiting his Facebook page.

For more coverage on the Indy music scene, be sure to check out the LemonWire Music Corner, where we’re showcasing more local talent from around the city.


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