Bell attended Savannah College of Art and Design, where he studied painting. He began his musical career performing as a vocalist in the mathcore band An Isle Ate Her. The band released one full-length and one EP and played in support for successful acts such as Chelsea Grin during their run. The band eventually broke up and Bell pursued making beats and rapping over them after being introduced to the Internet rap scene from a friend of An Isle Ate Her's bass player.
After emerging in 2013 with a collection of Slugged Out remixes, he would later join Awful Records and go on to release his debut album, entitled Crucifixion of Rapper Extraordinaire, in 2015. Since then he has released numerous albums, mixtapes, EPs and singles while working with Many artists from the underground rap scene.
His lyrical content usually addresses themes about depression, drug use, and religion.