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In 2004 he made his move to go solo. He moved back to Virginia and changed his outlet to SOUTHPAW. He got the concept from being a lefty and a big Rocky fan. After picking up the knowledge of the music industry real quick, he learned how to produce hits. Never putting a word on paper only writing his lyrics in his head and memorizing them as he went along, people were thrown back as hit after hit flew out of his mouth as if it was tattooed in his brain. From crazy club tracks to tracks that can make you shed a tear, his universal appeal was apparent and he was ready for anything. With over 100 live performances under his belt, including opening for artists such as, Killa Priest, U-God, Necro, Beatnuts, Jedi mind tricks, Afroman, Graph, Webbie, Brisco and Shawty Lo, he began to gain recognition throughout Virginia and Florida. His live performances were untouched, even by big names in the mainstream music scene. With his captivating stage presence and uncanny way of being able to perform his songs the same as they sound on wax he would literally upstage any headliner he performed before. Some fans may have come to see they’re favorite artist of all time but by the end of the night, the name in everyone’s mouth was Southpaw. In 2008 he made his move to Orlando, Fl by 2010 he signed with no-other then original G-unit member "Bangem Smurf" and his Feed Da Wolves Entertainment. Later on they would remain friends but go their separate ways. In 2012 Southpaw joined forces with the Dezel Headbangerz. They are rapidly taking the South East by storm now with talks with Maybach Music Group and Universal, things are looking promising.