From rapping in the high school lunchroom,to winning hip-hop battles,to writing hit songs, to becoming an exec on a hot label, this young Brooklyn MC has come a long way. Born in Crown Heights, Brooklyn, Celsius started rapping at a young age in order to escape other prevalent and negative neighborhood temptations. In high school, where he was known for battle rapping, he met music producer ZukHits. The two immediately started creating music together and would form an inseparable bond, eventually verging into a business partnership. First though, Celsius' bond and determination would lead him to secure a single on the 2001 album entitled Kings Kounty, featuring Jay Z, Dibiase, Jaz-O, Mop,and more. Later, this same ambition and self determination would lead Celsius to become the first hip-hop artist to perform on the now infamous BET show "106 and Park". In 2007 independent music company Fatboy Hits Music Group released a project entitled Bro Kin Haylow's "The Haylow Effect". Bro kin Haylow is a pop/alternative group whose members include Celsius, Zukhits, Moans,and Capo. This project received great reviews and generated a significant buzz both overseas and domestically. Since than Celsius has been hard at work as VP of Fatboy Hits Music Group,signing various artists and developing the young label's sound, reputation, and output at an incredible rate. As of now celsius is no longer VP for fatboy but is a indpendent solo artist currently in the working process of recording his own EP entitled "Diary Of A Arthur"
"@Fucc theWorld when your virgin asss gonna hit something. You like boy pusssy dont always fishing for a laugh or reaction. Get tha fucc out you moms basement. You dont have any friends or a women. That why you come here with that clown shiit suNn to…"
"What has us black folks did to white people to make them hate us so much?????
Us black folks are always calling each other haters, but the real truth is the white people are the real haters. We do not have any wealth or ownership of anything what…"
"It's always going to be about race.
When everything is even, and black folks are treated fairly like whites then we will talk.
You will never know what I'm talking about if your white.
Look who America holds accountable for 911, the…"