Born in Toledo, Ohio,writer and hip-hop artist Reuben “Anonamous” Clark, wasn’t always a fan of rap. With 4 siblings and coming from a broken home, R&B music & basketball kept him a float. Anonamous would soon find a passion for rap music from numerous influences: rap artists Lil Zane, Cassidy, Eminem, Dr.Dre, 2 Pac, Nas, Notorious B.I.G and friend/producer “Bay”. One influence in particular, a brother with sickle cell anemia who would watch him write his rhymes. Anonamous realized that his growing love for music would be the very platform needed to change the lives of his, his family and those unknown.
While attending Woodward High School, a group called MARXMEN, that included Anonamous and two other members, put out two mixtapes but fell apart after graduation in 2004. Realizing his hunger in music was different, Anonamous went solo. Being called “unpredictable” and always feeling like the outcast, Reuben came up with name “Anonamous” and ran with it. Once going solo Anonamous invested in his craft. The high-energy, true performer started doing shows at Skully’s Bar & Grill in Columbus, Ohio with Coast to Coast mixtapes. From there he went on to perform in different cities across the United States, appearing on “Blaze The Stage” at 106&Park, and a recent tour with Starlife Tours.
Since April 2016, Anonamous recently signed with Wealth Nation Entertainment and working with celebrity business manager Robert Terell. Working on a mixtape and pushing to release new single entitled “WHYYYY” produced by Crobett. Anonamous is for sure he is on the path he feels he can change lives. Alongside being a hip-hop artist, Anonamous works at a rehab center helping troubled kids find their way. Knowing what it’s like to feel left out & lost with no way out, Anonamous shares his heart & struggles to help build and guide the youth into becoming a someone they can be proud of. Anonamous will stop at nothing to turn his dreams into reality and pass down the knowledge he gained to help another aspiring artist turn their dreams into reality.
“Life is a struggle but I live to see the outcome” – Anonamous