I was born and raised in Brighton, MA in the Fidelis Way Projects. Growing up, music was always important in my family. My father was a song writer and most of the other members of my family had something to do with music too, so I guess you can say music is in my DNA. I spent most of my child hood listening to old school R&B and I quickly acquired a love for solid melodies and playful rhythms. Maze featuring Frankie Beverly and Sam Cooke were just a couple of my favorites.
Starting out I was more of a song writer and poet but when neither seemed to produce the feedback I was looking for I moved on to rapping. I remember free-styling in school and being horrible at it at first. I started to think that maybe being a lyricist just wasn’t for me until I sat down with a pen and pad and let my words paint a vivid picture for me; finally my words seemed to flow so easy and smooth.
At this point, I would describe my style as more playful than arrogant. Even though I am fairly new to the game, I do voice my opinion on what I think music should be like and how I see things at least witnessed it first-hand. At the end of the day I’m about business and I make a point to be a humble dude.
As an artist, I’d rather make connections than make enemies and I love making good music. If I don’t think a track is something you can ride to I won’t make it. To keep things fresh I like to venture into genres that most shy away from. I can do rock, house, hip-hop you name it and I will lay down a rhyme on it. One of the most meaningful things I have learned so far along my journey of artistic expression is that a good artist isn’t one that always looks to make the most “popular” decisions, a good artists uses what he digs and makes it work. That said, hopefully when you hear my music you will hear something unique and jam-worthy but if not it’s cool, I welcome haters too. Thanks for listening.