Born in Hartford, Connecticut, Cane saw his love for music during the early 1980s. His interest in rap/ hip- hop flourished as he bought his first rap tape, Kool Moe Dee. He listened to Steady B, the the Fat Boys, LL Cool J, Run DMC, and Grandmaster Flash. After leaving at the age of 12 to move to the ATL, Cane continued his love for music by writing his first rap with a local associate. After graduating he went to college and played basketball while stile dabbing in his love. He first got serious with rapping around 2002. To work on his craft he began creating a barrage of mixtapes where he began acquiring recognition. He started recording locally with fellow rappers in the city. While having his hands in another musical venture, he recorded viciously. While once again finding out that everyone wasn’t on the same page, he started to work on his own. At times, he would create on his own at least 6-8 songs per day for a long period of time. He released a fury of mixtapes in Birmingham, Alabama, selling a plethera of cds to his co-workers at his job and throughout the city. After timeless life alterations that drug him through the very fabrics of misery, his writing became his outlet. It was a sort of therapy for the demons that plagued him throughout most of his life. Back in the ATL, Cane joined forces with CertivIsion (a strong local hip-hop group with a loyal following), Vincent Priceless (a fierce underground lyricist in ATL), Ced RighteousEmcee, and Jaqo (a street savy, viscious lyricist in ATL) to form THA UNDAWORLD.
Cane, along with THA UNDAWORLD, began a vicious assault on music late December, 2010. Now working on various projects, the Underground super-group begins, what will be a long awaited change in the world of commercial, lolli-pop, corporate water-downed music.