I started writing music in 2008; when i finally moved up to Fargo North Dakota; i got heavy in writing. then i talked to the old y94 dj Johnny Marks and asked who i should talk to about getting started in music scene. He told me about a guy named Charlie Mizza. Ive been under his wing since 2009 and mentored me in the musician i am now. I faced alot of steps to climb from being bullied in school; getting death threats, thoughts of suicide. i rather talk about what kept me in music. My family supported me; the small group of friends i had; and the mentors! but the obvious answer is when i heard Smile by Scarface ft Tupac is when it lit a fire under me. My passion grew when i was in theatre class when i saw i could get up in front of anyone and do the stupiest thing. i knew i was a performer; i just needed to find what my voice was in the hip hop game. then i met Ken-C and Coolie at the Red River Valley Fair and i was hooked!!!! A couple years grinding perfecting my writing and my voice. Getting my 1st EP done. Being Me ep done at King Dueces studio but still havent found my calling then i start booking all ages hip hop shows at the New Direction since 2012. Bringing 701 Hip Hop back into the focus.
How did you hear about us?
What is your profession (singer, rapper, songwriter, poet, dancer, model, music fan, etc.)?
Hip Hop/Cumbia Artists
How many members are in your band?
What is your style of music?
Hip Hop Cumbia
Who are your influences in the music industry?
My musical influences are Charlie Mizza. Ken C, Coolie because they helped shaped me into the artist and the promoter that i am.
but far as a professional stand point. It always have been Elvis Presley for his stage performances and his swagger but for hip hop its Tupac and Notorious B.I.G, Eminem. Big Pun. Kumbia Kings. Daddy Yankee.
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