When I started college at West Chester University in the fall of 2015, I had my sights set on becoming a successful business man. After a year went by, I started to realize that I was pursuing a degree because I felt like that was what was expected of me, not because that's what I wanted to do. At that time, I felt like I was no where near where I wanted to be in my life. As a result, I decided to pack my bags and come back home to Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. I picked up a full-time job as a Merchandiser/Vendor for The Coca-Cola Company, while building a platform for myself as an independent Hip-Hop/R&B artist.
I keep myself involved with entertainment locally, whether it's performing myself, or helping others I work with put on a show. Through these experiences, I have come to understand how to use my creativity in music to deliver positive messages in ways that my audience can appreciate. By the way, much love goes out to all of my fans/supporters who have been following the journey, and it’s important to note that I am nothing without each and every one of you! I am determined to continue to grow into the best person and artist that I can be, and all of you inspire me to continue to create music for you all. Not only does music provide opportunities for people to escape from reality, it also brings us all together. What is important to emphasize is that it does not matter to me whether my music helps one person, or even a million different people. If being open to my own experiences through my work can change someone’s life for the better, that is a success in my eyes. I live my life based off of this quote: "The day your life begins is the same day you step out of your comfort zone." I don't have a clue who said this, but the meaning behind it is obvious, yet most people do not practice it. Be yourself no matter what the circumstances are, and always face your fears. If you make a mistake, learn from it and move on. If you live life this way, you will continue to grow and find your purpose. At that point, the sky's the limit.