Bobby Blakdout's Label, "Blak'd Out Records" has started accepting demo submissions!

After some time, Robert Lindsey aka Bobby Blakdout aka Gucci Savage, has opened up the demo submission email and is accepting demos for his label Blak'd Out Records.

Orlando, Jun 21, 2020 ( - Bobby Blakdout was born Robert Lindsey and resides in Florida. He was born in New York and has made noticable impressions in the music industry. Critics say Bobby Blakdout's production style is similar to artists and DJs like Skrillex, Borgore, Protohype, AFK, Svdden Death and Boogie T. 

In the genres of "Rap" and "Hip Hop", Robert's freestyle alias "Gucci Savage" has been compared to artists like Gucci Mane, Pop Smoke, Lil Pump, Hoodrich Pablo Juan, 21 Savage and Project Pat as well as Three 6 Mafia.

After some time, Robert Lindsey aka Bobby Blakdout aka Gucci Savage has opened up the demo submission email and if accepting demos worldwide. Along with opening the demo submissions, his independent label "Blak'd Out" Records will be taking on new artists in Florida to build a roster in his home state while helping them polish their skills.

Not only will Robert be helping his artists in the industry but also in life. Robert's goal while building his new roster is to teach his team about things like business credit, how to help your credit for yourself as an artist/how to setup yourself as a business and more. 

Bobby Blakdout has reached top charts on Soundcloud, Shazam, Genius and was ranked the #1 DJ Globally by Reverb Nation in 2015-2016.  He is also known for being the reason DJ & Producer "Boogie T" gained fame quickly after releasing with Blak'd Out and holding positions in Top Charts including Soundcloud.  Robert is looking to help hungry young artists. If you would like to submit your demo email: or

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