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
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
, 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.