Ellis Abram Foster (born November 29, 1989) is a rapper, singer, actor and pianist. He's been rapping and performing since the age of 12. As a rapper, Foster uses the stage name Ellis Ace Foster, where he substitutes his middle name using "ACE" meaning (a cold element). Foster is influenced by a large variety of music, and is inspired by artist such as Drake because of his delivery and clever metaphors and Wayne because of his work ethic and his drives to be the best. During years of making music Ellis Ace Foster has been gaining notoriety for his unique sound and catchy songs. Currently, Foster is now attending college and his music is popular on many campuses. Ellis Ace Foster was born in Baltimore, Maryland and is son of Elaine Foster, a Jazz vocalist for many years. And father Floyd Foster who was born and raised in Baltimore City and was a notable athlete. Foster is one of three children from his parents and is the middle of two brothers. Both parents raised all three children in an East Baltimore City neighborhood, attending Gilford Elementary, Baltimore City College HS and the University of Rhode Island which he attended on a D1 Football Scholarship and enrolled in the Art program. Ellis Ace Foster is working toward obtaining a fan base and a contract from a label to achieve the top spot in the game. He is currently working on a new mix tape entitled "The Campaign" metaphorically meaning the race between competing artists to the top with drive, effort and motivation. "The Campaign" is set to release July 10. Foster, is also a member of the crew "Duce Is Wild" which includes friends, family and artist. Recently, Foster performed at the 9th ASAS Fashion Show in Rhode Island. He is currently working on projects to promote "The Campaign" and will appear in a local artist Music Video/Movie as an actor. He is looking forward to the success in his future and to lead an exciting life. "Your life is so dry, living peanut butter crackers" -- Ellis Ace Foster.