When a man faces adversity he is left with two options. Turn and run, or stand with courage. OverTime exemplifies what it means to overcome. Each song is written from the heart depicting situations he's faced in his life. Growing up in Montana, there is only one life he has ever known. Blue collar life. Waking up, going to work, and making it to the end of the day. The experiences he's had while living that lifestyle are what OverTime aims to portray through his art. At each of his concerts, OverTime is sure to leave the audience reflecting on themselves individually and encourages everyone to never stop dreaming. A message he often reminds himself.
Over the years, OverTime has grown from a local artist, to a popular name in the Northwest region of the United States. His album "In And Out Of The Game" even helped place the national spotlight on him with worldwide digital distribution, regional physical distribution, thousands of music video views, syndication on Pandora Radio, Jango Radio, iHeart Radio, Spotify, and numerous FM stations around the country. OverTime has shared stages with artists like T.I., E-40, Andre Nickatina, Young Buck, C-Bo, Haystak, Mistah F.A.B., Afroman, Cool Nutz, Illmaculate, and countless other artists from all over the country. In the Northwest region, OverTime has headlined multiple tours performing in California, Oregon, Washington, Idaho, Montana, Utah, Arizona, Colorado, New Mexico, Pennsylvania, New York, and Virginia.
This is only the start for OverTime. In the coming years he aims to be a recognizable name throughout the world and using that notoriety to influence people into positive thinking. "I'll never tell anyone how to live their life. To me, that's not my role. If I can be an example of doing better, good. That's all I can do. That's all any of us can do." - OverTime