His intense love for Dancehall music and Jamaican culture started to emerge when he first discovered the album ‘Back to Basics’ of Beenie Man. He started gaining knowledge of Jamaican and by extension Caribbean culture, Rastafarianism and the history of Reggae and Dancehall music via the internet, documentaries, history books, etc.
He started a Saturday-job and with the little money he earned, he began investing in his music. He bought a cheap studio microphone and audio interface, to set up his own “home recording studio” and began to “learn" to record, to compose instrumentals and to mix his productions.
His first stage experiences were made with local sound systems from his school area. From then on he performed at many small and big local events within the Lower Austrian and Vienna area.
After years of pursuing several projects and working with several people in the local scene, while trying to promote his material internationally, he caught the attention of a Jamaican musician/producer living in the UK, who approached him with the idea to spend some time there to pursue a project together. He decided to take the chance and relocated to Manchester and trying to create waves from there