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He defies the cliché of the typical white kid rocking baggy jeans, getting in trouble with drugs and the law in an effort to get some sort of attention. Born and raised in Virginia. Christened Lenny Morris, the artist known as "dutch" first found an escape into the music world by embracing the words and lyrics of heavy metal bands such as Korn and Metallica. It'd be easy to say that Dutch is simply another stereotypical product of a single-parent home, but doing so would do him no justice. Like so many wannabe rappers Dutch has his fair share of trouble with the drug trade and the law -- but the only difference is he wasn't fooled by hip-hop thuggery, instead, he did it as a means to an end, he did it not because he thought it was cool or for any superficial reason but because he saw it as a means to an end -- as a means to achieve his own dreams for a better life. For Dutch, the next step to achieving his every dream and desire comes in the natural talent he possesses for beats and flows. With his up-and-coming EP "The Experiment", Dutch is ready to take the leap and show the world that he's more than just another white boy trying to fit in a world he doesn't belong.