My musical journey began when I was introduced 2 rappin by my friend Tarane Parker. 11th grade yr I took it serious. I joined KING JUVENATION. Me and K.L mursilus began workin wit a producer Dallas Kencaid and began doin shows. My 12th grade yr I met O.Z. 1 day in the hallway I gave him a tape and he took a listen and bn friends since. It just so happened that he was in Emortal Thugs and they were produced by a rapper of my favorite group Bone Thugs. I began hanging wit EMT and layzie realizin that my dream could happen. I did songs wit O.Z we had a musical vibe. He introduced me 2 the Mo Thugs family and we just clicked. I did back up wit them at multiple shows while also learning game from Layzie. After years of grinding KING JUVENATION came to an end. Me and K.L mursilus decided to go separate ways but remaine friends. After being solo and learnin from the Mo Thugs camp I came across Tico Bay. We formed WarTorN Rebelyas and put n 10 yrs. There were lessons learned along the way. We did 1 album and several Mixtapes ,shows and a ,video. WarTorN came to an unfortunate end wit me and T.B deciding 2 go separate ways. We came across many producers but none like Terry Timberlake. He blessed us wit a situation for us to grow.We also came across a well known DJ ,DJ Butterrock. Who has released my first solo mixtape One Foot Out One Foot In vol.1. I also have formed Takeover Music with O.Z. and a great friend who I consider a brother Jason James. Being born 2 a 16yr old adopted mother in the hood and never knowing my father left me on a path full of Pain and not knowin. being homeless before drives me 2 b as successful as I can be 2. I was consumed by street hustlin and learned that I couldn’t do that and music. Im determined 2 put E.123 Lakeview and my city of Cleveland back where it needs to be. With the blessings of GOD and hard work.
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