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Kevin Moss is the mindsick-mastermind behind "Mr. Toxic", he is the drivin by impusle, some might say insanity or just freedom of speech.
There is a good side to "Mr. Toxic" and a bad side, but we all have a good and bad side. The good side of Mr. Toxic raps about logic, and living civily, the other side of Mr. Toxic would be his bad side, we all have demons and his happens to be from coming from growing up poor, tarnished relationships, panic attacks, rejection, and social isolation. No matter what incidents or influences explain the origins of Mr. Toxic, one thing is certain: his face ain’t the only thing he's hiding.
These are the facts as they can be traced: He grew up in Charlotte, North Carolina - going into highschool during the Mainstream Hip-Hop music outbreak, everyone trying to turn nothing into something. Mr. Toxic was a white crazy looking fat kid with white contacts that everyone was afraid of, serial slaughtering people with lyrics. Those where the days that he came across "Juggalo's" a crowd of misfits that accepted him as family. Mainly influenced by ICP and Twiztid and became a natural fit into the family.
Since then, Mr. Toxic has been recording and has been featured on Project Born's "Work Volume 2" Mixtape and debuted his first CD entitled "Lucid Dreams" which is basically a record of things that went on in his life; good and bad with collections of some of the first songs he has recorded, Clusterphobic was released on 3/3/13 as his sophomore album which could also be considered his "Freshman" album considering the name change from "Toxic" to "Mr. Toxic", he has worked with artists such as Project Born, Polk Frost, Mars, and F. Dux he has shared the stage with Anybody Killa, Boondox, Axe Murder Boyz and, Astrid Haven. Tearing up venues from Tremont Music Hall, The Money, Firewater 110, Ground Zero, and The Chop Shop.