”Generik Artz” Born Jahvon Generik Mcauley is a multi-talented artist from Queens, NY. Due to ongoing struggles with two alcoholic parents as a child he spent quite some time in foster care, therefore never really having a sense of stability. At the age of 12 Generik had awaken to find his deceased mother laying in front of his bedroom, from that day forward he developed an unconventional view about life. The years following his mother’s death Generik experienced difficulties coping with the tragedy. While moving from state to state and family member to family member, he found a way to embody his thoughts and emotions by listening to various forms of music as well as writing lyrics of his own. He is influenced by many genres and artists such as Jazz, hip hop, reggae, pop, Nas, Busta Rhymes, The Notorious B.I.G, Big Pun, Slick Rick, and Bone Thugs n Harmony. At the age of 17 while in his junior year of high school Generik joined together with two classmates to form a hip hop group called Dahmynowz. with Atlanta based Songwriter/Producer Illdotlogic. After high school Generik had to fulfill his obligations with the military therefore he put music to the side. In 2006 he was relieved of his duties as a serviceman, then immediately moved to Orlando, Fl where he spent many years in school trying to figure things out only to find out. In 2011 while enrolled in at the University of Central Florida, he once again found his niche with Music, Digital Art, and Film . The year is 2012 and he now resides in the city that gave birth to him New York, NY working on numerous projects and ventures with local artists that share his passion. He is poised and focused on becoming a prominent figure not only in the music industry, but also in society. He creates heartfelt and passionate music stemming from his many experiences in life that he hopes will inspire others. People can say many things about Generik, but one thing they can't say is that he wavers when it comes to his ideals and beliefs. Be on the lookout for Generik Artz and The Generik M.A.D.E movement.