They say that every man has a story to tell, and why that statement holds true for most men Florida rapper Bubba Mane delivers his over cleverly arranged beats that take you from Hobe Sound, Florida all the way up to the Midwest. Battling everything from being homeless in the hoods of Hobe Sound, through stints in prison, and now to an up and coming rapper preparing to break into the national scene.
Strap up with Mr. Bout Dat and get a feel for his life, his hood, and his struggle and prepare for urban assault with the release of his upcoming mixtape entitled “Paranoid Activities”.
John “Bubba Mane” Wollmer was born June 18, 1986 in Houston Texas. After being there for only two months he made his was to his actual home, Florida. At the age of 14, after enduring struggles with his mother, he decided to move in with his father in Illinois. Once it became clear to Bubba that his father wasn’t very fond of having him around, his life went thru drastic changes. Moving from house to house between Florida and Illinois and even experiencing homelessness. This made it easy for young Bubba Mane to gravitate to the street life.
While in Illinois, at the age of 14, Bubba Mane found his calling in music. He met an Illinois native by the name of Deon “Young Prez” Cavett and began his molding in the Hip-hop genre. Today they still work together under the self made indie record label, No Law Entertainment.
Bubba Mane’s tragedy and truimph thoughout life made it easy to translate the ups and downs of the street life into poetic hood lyrics. He takes pride in making music that anyone going through any type of struggle can relate to. On any given track you can hear the inteded emotion in his voice. He makes music you can feel with your soul and his goal is to reach everyone he possibly can.