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New York, New York, songwriter/emcee, Warren Daryl Wint, made his “official” worldly entrance back on January 27th 1991, which coincidentally took place during Super Bowl XXV, where the N.Y. Giants ultimately upset the Buffalo Bills by a minimal one point margin.
Wint, the son of Errol and Marcia, grew up bouncing around Long Island, along with his mother and brothers, until settling, first, in the Elmont section and, then later, Floral Park. As a child, Warren attended Stewart Manor Elementary, and in June ’09 graduated from Sewanhaka High School.
Never one who was that interested in the professional pursuit of music, an impromptu, albeit unfortunate, freestyle competition that took place at a friend’s birthday party celebration on November 20th 2003, forever changed Wint’s fate. After a ferocious lyrical battle, where Warren was, surprisingly to him anyway, repeatedly booed, ultimately prompted him to vow to prove all his doubters and naysayers wrong.
Initially finding the entire process of formulating verses, let alone complete songs, extremely difficult, as time went on natural progression slowly but surely eased the task. Warren, who remains unsigned, is more-than ready, willing and able to do any and everything in his power to finally be able to achieve his dreams and aspirations.
Warren Wint is currently readying the release of his forthcoming debut EP, Introducing Mr. Warren Wint, which is being introduced by its refreshing lead offering, “One Man’s Trash.” A second single, quite possibly “Listen,” is expected to follow suit shortly thereafter.
Introducing Mr. Warren Wint is technically a precursor of sorts to his “official” full-length LP, Signed, Sealed & Delivered, with production courtesy of up’n'comin’ beat-smiths; Straight From The Lab Productions, Manolo Willi, Shakim, Traxx, Freeman, among others, which is slated for late ’11/early 2012.
“My goal is shoot as many visuals as possible for each song on both projects. My influences are vast in variety, but simple. Michael Jackson, for the way he constructs his projects making sure his fans get the best of him with every buy! Tupac, for his passion and the way he strongly believes in everything he stands for. Kanye West’s creativity is just categorized as amazing! Jay-Z, because he is THE man, and to be the man you gotta beat the man at his own game,” Wint lists, in no particular order, his biggest musical inspirations. Theorizing, Warren concludes with great optimism, “It’s a tough challenge, but I’m here to dedicate my life to it. ‘Life is forever constant in change,’ one of my illustrious quotes that defines my character for the most part. Life will forever change, but it is up to us to keep up! ‘My son will be the next superstar!’ Gotta love momma! Ha, ha! She keeps me going, and just her alone fuels my desire to succeed. Last but not least, ‘Saving the world one line at a time.’ I feel like my style is different…It forces you to listen. It’s like listening to an audio book, and gives the listener a change to exercise one’s mind, as well as relax it.”
Introducing Mr. Warren Wint will be available soon at all major digital and select retail outlets — Stay tuned…