What's good folks. There's so much I can write about myself before my hands begin cramping up. I was born and raised in Brooklyn, Ny. The youngest of 3 children. I have no children. As a youth, like a knuckle head, I ran the "streets". Rolling with individuals I wouldn't dare roll with today . As a young adult I allowed myself to become "sprung" by the darkness of "the streets" which in turn came back to haunt me in my adult years. But these early alliances an experiences, had provided me with a different form of education and new found insight. A sociological perspective. I envisioned the world through different lenses. These interactive teachings, activitiies and experiences I learned to incorporate, alongwith other creeds and experiences, into the poems/songs I write. I do not seek to conform ideologically to trite, recycled dogma, propagated and acted upon by other "Rappers". If this is what y'all r looking for then turn away. My musical renditions r not for y'all. As y'all will learn, my way of thinking is evidenced through my writings.
Please appreciate the fact that I do not want to mimic Jay Z or any other hard core rap artist. Cliched "rap artists". I will not make any declarations that I will one day be bigger and richer than all of the hottest rappers combined. I will declare that each and everytime y'all hear anyone of my poems/songs I will have y'all full attention. I will make y'all think. And I will make y'all take notice of previously ignored issues, people and other things. Perhaps...inspire folks into a another stage of positive evolution. These songs can b purchased on itunes, tunecore, rhapsody, napster, myspace, amazon and other online music retailers for $.99. Buy, for example, my single 'Death Becomes Us!' It's a warning song to my Black youth around the world, who I'm trying to discourage from falling in love with"the streets", criminality, drug addiction, long term imprisonment and violently premature deaths. If u listen closely to my words u will hear my tears splattering upon the ground and my pain shrieking through my soul. Peace