Hometown: Fort Wayne, Indiana
Age: 23
Genre: Rap / Hip Hop / R&B

When did you start doing Music?
2003, 6th Grade going on 13 years.

Tell us a little about your childhood?
For most of my earlier years I liked video games. I was always a smart kid and I just loved to express my creativity through various forms of art. Around the age of 12, when I began middle school, is when I discovered my love for arrangement and beat creation. From there on I excelled in my hobby, craft, work ethic, and education of music. For years I invested most of my time and money determined to build a Label that can help encourage, assist, and motivate fellow local artists, known as Most Wanted Monopoly, since January, 2014.

Which artist do you share similar styles with?
Gucci, Dr. Dre, Young Chop, Lex Lugar, Twista, Ludacris, Snoop DOgg, Bone-Thugs N Harmony, Do or Die, Zaytoven, Gucci Mane, Waka Flocka, Kanye West, Lil Wayne, Wiz Khalifa, J Cole.

Who’s your Favorite rapper of all time and Why?
Luda because he mastered his craft and let his craft make his career the way he wanted it to be.

How did you feel when you won your first HHS title?
It didn’t feel real. When we usually enter competitions, we are used to losing. We have performed many times before and put on some great shows; but for some reason we have never won or came close to winning something, so it was an unexpected victory.

Who was your toughest competitor At a Hip Hop Seazon Showcase And Why?
James Lion was the person that caught my eye in the competition. His song was dope and he put on a 10/10 performance with his energy from the way his presence struck the stage.

Who’s your celebrity Crush?
Nobody.

What was your most memorable moment at a Hip Hop Seazon Showcase?
When Trigga Obama performed on the bar table during our performance.

Where do you see yourself 3 years from now?
Successful beginning of our Label, Most Wanted Monopoly. 3+ A-List Artists, and producers with nationwide recognition and history making records.

Any shout outs you’ll like to make?
Shoutout to my producer DMG D Roc Beatz and Most Wanted Monopoly.