Born August 23, 1993, Lé Law (Lay Law) born Law Davison to Kelly Davison and Marvin Bush in Chicago IL is an energetic all around universal performer and entertainer. It can be easily said that Lé Law was a talented young man even before he could personally recognize it. He started writing poetry at the age of 8 and would often mimic singing harmonies and melodies after hearing artist on the radio, his mother recognized the wide scope of his talent and signed him up for the choir in 3rd grade.
During this time he would begin the process of learning how to read music.
As he entered 4th grade he enhanced his understanding of written music and his mind was opened to old school harmonies when he came across his father’s old record player introducing him to such old school hits as “Boogie Oogie Oogie” by A Taste Of Honey and more. Lé Law would go on to expand his musical horizons each year adding a new layer to his repertoire. In 2003 he was exposed to the world of underground Hip-Hip via “Gear Up” , “Batey Urbano” & Meeting Such Underground Artist As “Immortal Technique” in the well known Humboldt Park area of Chicago. This spurred a desire in him to learn and master the art of Battle Rap and this took him on his journey deeper into the Hip-Hop industry.
In 2005 he would actually mastered his art of battle rapping, in 06’ he would start his group and entertainment Co.“Easy Money Entertainment”. In 07’ he learned how to structure bars and proper song format as well as how to write R&B. In 08’ he actually found his voice, and began tearing up beats. Lé Law writes all of his own songs and credits his musical creativity to great artist such as: Michael Jackson, Donnell Jones, R-Kelly, Trey Songz, Young Jeezy, Usher, Plies, Kanye West, Ludacris, T.I., Lil’ Wayne, Tupac and many more.