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Chicago by way of California, Rhason King exemplifies talent in a way the Chicago Music scene is built around. Born in the Valley region of California, King, who goes by the stage name of LG, truly comes from a talented family. With a mother working the movie industry and a father who spent his career playing professional football, LG took the families talent in a new direction. Moving to the south suburbs of Chicago at the age of 2, LG immediately started humming the beats of Chicago’s radio stations. With raw talent and a drive apparent as a child, LG got involved in everything he could to learn the ropes of the entertainment industry. Drawing inspiration from greats like Lionel Richie, John Secada, Michael Jackson, LG opened his first studio in suburban Chicago in his early 20’s. When recently asked in an interview what was the defining moment in his life that lead him to musical greatness, King said “I got myself in some trouble right around the time I opened my studio. After surviving the legal system I took direction from God and my family and it brought me to where I am today. Simply put, learn…but never look back.” This universal artist has a skill set on both sides of the mic. From penning some of the hottest lyrics in the game to having street cred as a lyrical delivery assassin in his own right, LG has elevated his music career to a level some could only dream of. Crossing paths with Chicago powerhouse producer Zack Crawford open the doors to some of the hottest talent on the national music scene. Finding a musical home with Zack Crawford Productions, LG has developed a renewed sense in the music industry. With a writing style that Crawford himself described as lyrical gold, LG’s penning style has been compared to T-Pain and Dream . His personal delivery style mirrors a graduated version of Tyga and Kanye himself. Look forward to this cross continent talent as his new studio demo comes out in Spring 2013.


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