Conceived in Canada by way of Guyana, B. Bacc. was at a distance from hip hop until his exposure to 50 Cent via a close family member.
In 2005, he was listening to a burned copy of The Massacre. He would remain on the G-Unit train until late 2007, when he began taking in other popular rap and radio songs at the time, such as Sean Kingston and Timbaland. In 2009 he began free-falling in to the whole scene with earnest at the peak of Lil Wayne's popularity. From there, he delved in to music coveted by hip hop purists, albums by The Notorious B.I.G. and Eminem. His interest in hip hop only continued to grow. After dabbling in and out of making rap songs for over seven years, he got serious in 2016, a year before graduating university. Hard at work, he has released a string of EPs, the latest being The Grimm, a darker project that the saw light in May of 2018. His biggest song to date remains the 2017 release Bring Em Out, a heavy hitting track with bars to match. He only desires to keep developing his sound, and eventually stray from it to push his artistry in new directions.