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SONGWRITER AND PERFORMANCE ARTIST
2010 Semi Finalist Songwriter at International Songwriting Competition
2011 Semi Finalist Songwriter at International Songwriting Competition
2011 Chosen as "Hottest Artist" by Universal Records
2011 Competitor for Bad Boy Records showcase including Def Jam Records in Worcester, Ma
2011 Accepted as a Rapper and songwriter for the Zu Bulliez. Affiliated with Wu Tang Clan
2011 3x Broadjam Top Ten billboard songwriter for self written song "Think of Me ft John Michael"
2012 Semi Finalist Songwriter in the "Show Me the Music" Songwriting Contest
In 2012 He opened up for Boston Legendary Hit Makers
The Jonzun Crew
Perfect Gentlemen/Muzik Makerz
Prince Charles Alexander & The City Beat Band
David Vaughn's Funk-A-Fect Dancers
Ambient (Formally Known As The Superiors)
With Very Special Guest "World Rise Above"
in a fundraiser for Roscoe Gorham And Leslie Jones Of 9.9 Cancer Treatment And Hospital Bills Give All You Can.
A&R's Performed for
Dave Lighty- Violator
Skid- Bad Boy Records Alumi
Omar Grant- Senior A&R RocNation
Born Cordelle Dean, November 6, 1987 in Los Angeles, California. A by product of the foster system from 1990 Cordelle then became Cordan James Haveron. From ages 2-14 he was molded in Fillmore, Utah. At 14, Cordan began studying writers such as Shakespeare, Edgar Allen Poe, and Robert Frost. Cordan submitted to many publishing sites and was chosen by the League of American Poets who would soon be labeled as a scam to get Poets and Publishers.
In 2007 Cordan, with the help of his sister, went under the surname Seven2Life, which is to represent the 9 children of which 2 have passed away from his Mother. 9-2=7 if you don't get it.
Cordan has performed for Bad Boy Records, Def Jam Records, and in 2011 was awarded " Hottest Artist" out of 600 competitors by Universal Records. In 2011, he also became a member of the Brooklyn Zu of Wu Tang Clan which was accepted by Buddha Monk.