A visionary to the rap game, Zami got his dose of Hip Hop at an especially young age. Growing up in Southern California and being a DJ opened his eyes to mainstream Hip-Hop music and his love of the art began. As a freshman in High School Zami wasn't exactly popular in his school, so he tried explore his creative realm in hopes of fitting in with the others at his school. This is right around the time that he came to realize that he has a natural ability to “on the spot” freestyle. Although at first his peers at Canyon High School weren't accepting of the Indian rapper, he began to make a name and image for him self. Channeling his emotions and experiences into his art, he progressed quickly to become the whitest in the cyphers at his school. The teenage years brought a lot of probation time and time in cuffs for Zami, although he wasn't the typical problem child. He always showed remorse for his actions and strived to be better throughout each new lesson learnt. Even with these external issues constantly affecting his life, Zami's art was his escape and he seamlessly amazed anyone with his witty rhymes and story like portrayals of reality. The “Rebel Without a Cause” complex finally vanished when Zami found his calling, he found his worth and what he was always made to do. He is a man on a mission, and the mission is to spread truth and confidence among everyone and let them know that being an individual is a beautiful thing. This is a key reason why his fans love him. Even when rapping over a club beat, you can hear the honestly in his words. The impact this artist is projected to have on the music industry should be inspiring to people all over the globe. In 2008 Zami was signed by Zupiter Entertainment in Detroit, Michigan. After the deal expired in 2010, he became independent and began doing shows internationally throughout Canada. The young artist has performed on stages in Chicago, Miami, Orlando, LA, New York, Orange County, Toronto, and many other cities within and outside of the US. Zami dropped his first Mixtape titled "Ears Wide Open" in September 2011. Around the same time he started started a movement called "Good Guy Music" along with his business partner and manager Sabih Shafi. Good Guy Music or "GGM" was to stand for people like Zami who are just trying to find their place in this world. Being from the Suburbs, Zami has little street cred which he compensates for with his impeccable understanding of the Hip-Hop culture. In-between January and June of 2012 his fan base quadrupled due to the high volume of music videos that he released during that period of time. Zami's name began buzzing in country's throughout the world. This is when he finally gained his motherland's (India's) support. Since then Zami has been featured on countless blog sites, racked up 6 figure views on Youtube as well as been featured in Magazines. He's rocked stages with MIMS, KRS-One, and Kid-Ink. In the summer of 2012 Zami dropped his mix tape "The Good Guy's Bad Side" which received a big buzz on hotnewhiphop.com. In September 2012 Zami opened up the GGM headquarters where history is in the making. The recording studio complete with photography/videography sets, and dressing rooms is what give Good Guy Music their edge on the competition. As of now there are 5 Artists signed to his Label. Spectators are beginning to count down the days for the well concocted recipe to blow the industry away in what is to be the Hip-Hop industries most diverse group of individuals. With Zami being ready for the world, there’s only one question which remains. Are YOU ready for Zami?