When he was orphaned at age 16, urban rap artist Alphonzo Collins (Ma2g3ic) was left to rear his younger two siblings on his own in one of L.A.’s crime-pocked neighborhoods. He has leapt over financial hurdles by performing effective songs that bring listeners into the focused mind of a determined young man forced to grow up too soon. In raw, in-your-face delivery, this maestro of the microphone has perfected the art of vocal presence and impeccable enunciation. Now living in Long Beach and headlining sold-out shows throughout L.A., this rapper’s star continues to rise as he spreads gritty tidings of love, faith and hope in his quest to beat the odds. “Taking control of our own destiny increases our ability to expand,” said Collins. “Producing socially-relevant rap songs broadens our intellect and allows us all to view the world in a whole new way.” -- Sharon Raiford Bush Celebrity Examiner http://www.examiner.com/article/no-label-no-problem-macklemore-and-other-rap-artists-with-hot-diy-imprints-1
just recently had a interview with wws magazine that with publish April 10th 2013. telling my story of how i got where im at today and giving up comers soe inspirational words that with help therm on there quest the link to the article is right here http://wwsmag.com/updates/ma2g3ic-take-me-back/
Here is my first episode with a person who isn't an actual acquaintance, but a cool dude nonetheless. His name is Ma2g3ic, and he's representing LBC (the West Coast) for the hip-hop game. Listen to the show here as we discuss Ma2g3ic going on tour in LA County, his connections with Mo Thugs, and photo shoots and other projects he is currently pursuing. CHECK OUT MORE OF MA2G3IC'S MUSIC HERE!!!!