His music is his outlet. His lyrics are descriptive tales of his life experiences growing up in the Bronx and the struggles of those in his community. He gathers inspiration from other artist, civil rights leaders like Dr. Martin Luther King and Malcolm X, to even a homeless person he may pass on the corner. His style is a healthy mixture of “New York state of mind” lyrics, laid out on southern beats.
Miracle’s love for music began at a very young age. He was writing songs by the age of 11 and recording by 16. With the help of some friends and supporters, he was able to produce “Lava Season” (which can be found on Datpiff.com) and is currently working on part 2. His work has been featured on several internet resources such as Mixtape Web, Hot New Hip-Hop, Juzz Roc The Mic Radio, and Reverb Nation.
Through all his adversaries as a struggling artist, Miracle looks to his family for motivation. Especially his daughter. She is a reminder of what he has worked so hard for in hopes of creating a bright future for them as a unit. #MBH Da MoveMent