He grew up in the golden era of hip hop music that understood him and molded him like nothing ever before. His took inspiration from artists like Rakim, A.Z, Nate Dogg, and Andre 3000, and created a voice for himself in music that goes beyond just creative expression. His debut project Pardon my Pimpin dropped in December of 2017 and made him a household name in Charleston and surrounding states. Quickly followed by that was his sophomore debut, No Love Lost, and showed us all that he isn’t “just another Charleston artist.”
His music tells his stories, and the stories of others like him.
Music is not just a hobby for him, it’s his destiny.