I've been here for like...forever, dudes. Right now I just released my First feature length album "Jay LaRue Vs. The dreamKillers", and I have 3 mixtapes out (How To Survive Fallout Vol. 1: So This is Earth, H.T.S.F.: The Purprint and The Purprint 2)
I started off, well, I don't know what point in time I started rapping, somewhere between the "DJ Coolie Cool" and "Tru-Blu" era of my career, late 90's/2000.
I would be bullied constantly, so writing violent raps was my way of releasing my anger, and those raps meshed into what you usually hear on the streets, "I clap the heater and get u hot like a fever", etc.
I began writing full-length albums, like, 16, 17 tracks albums, filling up notebook after notebook, but my flow remained the same through the years.
It wasn't until my 11th grade year that I began to look at rap in another light, learning how to switch my flow and sound more eccentric, simply because every muthafxcka in Parkway West High School wanted to learn how to rap. =P.
Somewhere along the lines of my senior year, I was introduced to Jeromy Gica aka Young J., and began to use his in-home studio; this is where me, him, and Gianni aka Juan Fuego Phoenix, crafted the hit "Like A Star", based off of Taio Cruz's song of the same name. Even since then it's been non-stop, and when I began to attend Temple, I began to produce songs as well.
I'm one of the best, that's a fact, and I strive to make music everyone can relate to and vibe to. I hope you all enjoy it as much as I enjoyed making it. =)