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Stitchy C began his rap career at age 16 while still a high school student in Greensboro, N.C. In early 2002 he began focusing on a solo career recording several songs that did not meet up to his personal standards causing him to scrap the project and put it on indefinite hold.
Still not giving up music, Stitchy C collaborated with his friend, an up-and-coming hip-hop artist Tre' Stylez on his work and joining his Iconoclast Crew. Tre' released one album entitled "Kill Me" which churned out local hits such as "Till I Die", "Cunnilingus" and "Un-American". Tragically, December 5th, 2005, Tre' Stylez was murdered in his hometown of Greensboro.
March of 2006 marked a huge break for Stitchy C when he joined Durty White Boyz to perform live for MTV and Maxim Magazine's Spring Break 2006 Festival in Acapulco, Mexico at Disco Beach. Clips of the performance were aired on MTV as well as coverage in Maxim Magazine after the event.
Over the following 5 years Stitchy kept busy recording music, writing, shooting music videos, taking interviews and performing numerous live events with Ed E. Ruger throughout the Southeastern U.S.
In 2013 Stitchy C signed to the label Anti-Authority Records. His album "Dizzlexic Dialogue" was released by the label internationally March 5th, 2013 and includes the fan favorites, "Coffee & Cigarettes", "Whip Go Snap", "Rise and Fall", and "Tonight" feat Konisa.