Hailing from Cincinnati, Ohio, Aaron "AC the Entity" Coleman's journey to the road of hip-hop began as a producer. His father, a bass player, challenged his son to learn how to work a Roland MC-307 beat machine without any instruction. Aaron would have his father evaluate his productions. "My Dad told me that all my beats sounded alike, so my goal was to get him to stop saying that." After creating a large catalog of beats, AC wanted to demonstrate how artists should flow over them. He explains, "I only began rapping to show people how to rap over my beats...and then the bug hit me."
Now, with two mixtapes under his belt (2008's Is it True? and 2010's It's Still True) and the recent release of his EP "The Interview" AC the Entity is gearing up for the release of his debut album Audio Therapy: Session One, slated for a 2013 release. The goal of this album is to create a level of escapism for listeners, while being educated and entertained at the same time. It’s about finding the perfect balance between meaningful tracks and infectious party records.
Aaron Coleman and AC the Entity have different personalities. Aaron is more laid back and soft spoken while AC is the opposite: extremely outgoing and the life of the party. Both personalities work together seamlessly to create a well-rounded person that is ready for whatever life throws out. Already being involved in performing at food drives and other charity events, AC is not one to wait for a high level of fame to give back to the community.
His musical influences include hip-hop legends Nas, Tupac, UGK and iconic vocalists like Marvin Gaye and Bob Marley. With inspiration coming from his family and life experiences, AC the Entity’s music is fun, honest, and meaningful with a message. “I’m here to heal the people and touch hearts.” Witness Greatness Displayed.
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