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"My musical roots come from the people I rap with now. I grew up around plenty of artists and true lyricists who didn’t mind showing me the ropes. We’ve worked hard together and used each other as competitive inspiration and we made each other better. Going through the learning phase of rapping while listening to some of my favorites like Nas, 2 Pac, Jay-Z, Canibus and Big-L, I really found a love for hip-hop."
"My entertainment skills are very unique because I have so many different talents I like to showcase in my performance sets. For instance I’m also well known for my painting & fashion design skills so I like to display my artistry through my clothing to let people know its all originally done by me. My smooth demeanor and voice makes it somewhat easy for me to grasp the attention of the crowd. My real life subject matter gives listeners the sense that they already know me because they can relate to the things I’ve been through. I display great confidence and high energy to keep the crowd on the edge of there seats with leaving them curious as to what I’m going to perform next. Lastly I always rep my city and tri-state of the DMV to the fullest, which is a very popular area for fashion and entertainment at the moment."
“Cell Spitfire, Exact Opposites, Husky, Jon Connor and Tumbledown all fight for a spot in rotation on this week’s Freshmen.”
“Keep It Raw - Super Loud Video”
“Yo Raps Next 2 Blow Video”
“What are some things artists need to be careful of? Things that artists should be careful of–we would say the business aspect of things. When you are a rookie in the music game, you usually jump on anything a person tries to offer you. Try to educate yourself as much as possible about contracts, promoters, and fraud.”