Swindles grew up around music, having friends that rapped and a father who worked with Biggie Smalls and Wu-Tang Clan. He was 20 when he first stepped to the mic on his own and invested time and money into seeing what he could become. Music has always been about business for him and he plays the game high and tight. “I describe my music as real as a bitch,” he says, “Ain't no cap in my music and it's for everyone’s ears.”
“My music is catered to anyone out there chasing a bag, going through different struggles,” Eazy continues, “but I also make music for the youth and for everyone wanting to hear some heat.” His goals are forming a military-strong team around himself, gaining the attention and love of music fans around the world, and making his family proud.