Born in Gary, IN, Harold "Fyütch" Simmons began honing his stage presence early. At age 7, he won the city-wide speech contest and spoke at the U.S.
Capitol. His family relocated to Nashville, TN where he began playing saxophone like his father. In 2006, Simmons and friends started a band called Biscuits and Gravy that became a regional favorite for their blend of Jazz, Hip Hop, and Soul music. Simmons' first solo success was under the name Future, gaining over 1 million plays for his songs "Ballin" and "Walk the Line" with Wick-it The Instigator. He changed his name to Fyütch and released his debut album Mr. Flattop featuring Futuristic and Mike Stud. In 2015, Fyütch moved to New York City and began collaborating with UK House producer Louis La Roche and experimental electronic artists including Maxo, omniboi, Dirty Chocolate, and Drainpuppet. The 2017 EP Freakazoid is a collaboration with producer Boba Sweat, featuring the lead single Catch Me Cruisin' (feat. Petty) . Fyütch currently hosts a viral web series called Fyütchology, landing him on MTV's TRL.