Making it out... Seems as if that's every rappers goal these days right? But what about after you've already made it? Will you contribute back to what made you whom you are today?
17 years old with tons of ambition. I don't think I could use a better description to tell you who I am. Coming from Washington, D.C. there is talent everywhere; so what makes me so different? I've been rapping since probably the age of nine, but I didn't record my first track until the age of thirteen and didn't become serious until I was almost sixteen. When any true lyricist starts off, he's never that great, of course that also applies for myself; when I first started rapping I thought I was great, but now that I reflect on my past, the lyrical content was good, but the flow was very sloppy and boring! I have made major progression over the years and I would just like some people to come to that realization.
Being the underdog is the worst isn't it? Seems as if you always have something to prove to the world, and even on some of your best work it is rare that you receive the compliments that you deserve. Why worry about everyone else? Work for yourself, and don't worry about anyone else! Progression comes with perseverance, and I feel that over the past years I have been as consistent as I can be. Doing collabs all over the country and hopefully gaining new fans all over the country. But of course, I cannot forget this rap game is a competition, and I did not join this game to make friends, I joined to surpass anyone and anything that stands in my way! So if you are on top, or you are in my way... WATCH OUT, A STAR IS COMING!!!