Crishaun Singh was born Christopher Michael Singh on February 4th 1989, in Long Island, New York. His life changed at age 7 when he moved down south to Ft. Lauderdale, Florida. With his need for creativity, and his father being a DJ, it wasn't long before Crishaun found his musical niche. He started writing songs at age 14, and producing and engineering at 15. Ten years later, he has produced hundreds of songs for local artists and released numerous solo mixtapes under his former stage name "Switchblade." Coming to the realization of his music going in a new direction, he adopted a new name to go with the new sound. Taking his real name Chris Singh and a nickname given to him by a co-worker, Shaun, he simply combined the two names to form the name Crishaun Singh. On February 24, 2013, he released an EP entitled "So Far, So Good." Crishaun also founded the independent record label, Misfit Nation. Earning the nickname the Hitman, and with his growing fan-base, Crishaun sets out to take his musical ability to the next level, bringing "The Nation" along with him.