Ever since I can remember I've always wanted to be a singer. Throughout my life I'd sing in the choir at church and on the streets on Brooklyn. When I learned a few chords on the guitar, I wrote my first song called "The Brother I never Had". I was about 13 yrs old. It was a reflection of how I felt as a child being the oldest and only boy. Then I wrote my next song entitled: "Mama Please Don't Cry". This song was about my life and what I would do to change the revolving door until I became the same thing I tried so hard to get away from. Throughout my years of writing poems and songs, they always reflected my life and surroundings. I felt other peoples pain and had a way of putting it on paper and then to music. Here it is, 34 yrs later and I'm finally trying to get the world to listen to my words and my music. It's never to late if you have the ambition and the determination. I count my blessings and believe in a higher power who stands beside me and guides me. This could be the beginning or the beginning of the end. What ever way the wind blows me at least I'll have the satisfaction of knowing I tried and that I have given it my best shot. It's my dream and I'm going to live it till I can not dream no more!