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Originally from Detroit, Michigan, MAJOR D-STAR not only represents his hometown, but now represents his
new area code of 305 in South Florida.
Heavily influenced from watching the videos of Ludacris and Biggie, at the age of 6 years old MAJOR sparked an
early interest in music and from there he has not put down his pencil and pad.
Not only as an upcoming writer and rapper, MAJOR took an interest in making the music. Blessed with strong
support from his family, as a result of maintaining good grades while pursuing his music career, in addition to his
computer he used for school, MAJOR received his first microphone, headphones, and interface from his parents.
With the additional tools to advance his music career, MAJOR’s motivation, passion, and hard work convinced his
family even more that this was no fad, this young man was serious about his music.
Growing up with a local producer, Kyle Harris, (a.k.a. Pradda Milli), MAJOR states that Pradda Milli helped him
combine his life and his stories into his music, which allowed the creation of MAJOR-D STAR’s brand.
MAJOR recorded his first CD when he was in 8th grade.
Relocating to Miami with his family, MAJOR instantly started networking with local promoters, DJs, and meeting
with big name artists. With the large mixture of different people located in Miami, MAJOR was exposed to better
opportunities for his music career.
MAJOR’s first break came from Sky Life’s Miami promoter Carlos Saavedra. Carlos connected MAJOR with
artists like Jowell & Randy, and also had the opportunity to perform at some of Miami’s hottest night clubs, such as
Karu & Y, Club Space, Nocturnal, Club Mekka to name a few.
MAJOR has opened up for Rapper Wiz Khalifa, performed with Twista Mystikal, shared the stage with
Big Sean & more!
His first publically released mixtape “I’M SO MAJOR” received a big buzz from several hip-hop sites, and in early
2011, his mixtape was rated #1 on Facebook.
Blog sites, in addition to social networks have been a great asset to the music career of upcoming writer/rapper
MAJOR D-STAR, he is truly thankful for the opportunity and exposure it has allowed aspiring/upcoming artists,
producers, writers like himself to share their talents with the world.
MAJOR D-STAR has appeared on BIG STEVE GEE’S (BUMSQUAD DJs, COOL RUNNINGS DJs) "STREETS
ON SMASH" MIXTAPE SERIES, DJ P EXCLUSIVEZ (TRAPSTARZ MUSIC/ZAYTOWN USA) "RADIO FLOW" MIXTAPE SERIES, DJ MIAMI'S "STREET PHARMACY 41" MIXTAPE, DJ REFLECTION'S "ON DA RADAR" & DS MUSIC MIXTAPE SERIES & MANY MORE!
“I’M SO MAJOR 2” MIXTAPE hosted by SLIM DUNKIN and DJ 5150 COMING SOON!