Bio

"I started rapping during my sophomore years in high school. In middle school, I remember sitting in the cafeteria freestyling and beatboxing with my fellow classmates and we would rap battle each other until it was time to go to class. I always had a thing for music as a young kid. During my High School years, that's when I started picking up the pen and writing anything that was going on in my life. I’m originally from Kenya I came to the US in 2003, I was 5 at the time. The first rapper I heard on the radio was 50cent, “In Da Club” that joint was big at the time. Even though I couldn’t understand the song lyrics, every time that song came on, it was everything. later in 2006, I discovered Tupac. I discovered Pac through one of his movies “Gridlock’d” That movie was a classic, I didn’t know he was a rapper at the time or even died. but once I discovered his music (Changes) it spoked to me. I started doing my research on him at the library and started listening more of his music and I get most of my inspiration from him to this day. He’s truly a legend". 

"My style of rap would be a mix of old school 90s to somewhat now. I can switch to any genre and change flows, however, I’m into really old school Hip-Hop because I grew up listening to that, that's all I know. At this stage of my Music journey. I’m still growing, I’m hungrier than ever. I want my voice to be heard. I’m blessed to be part of the culture. I appreciate my fans and those that support me..."