Swipe ➡️ to see what I found on the other side!.............................................
Ok so who honestly wouldn't find this light peaking through the trees too enticing not to explore? I'm glad I did because what I saw on the other side was breathtaking! Three magnificent trees standing proud! It may just seem like three trees to the casual passerby, but this is something that I sketched a few weeks ago just fooling around. I will never stop listening to my inner voice, it's just too much fun not to!
Album is now available.
I was about 9 years old when this addiction to music production set in. My brother, Jason, moved in with my mother (Susan), sister (Chelsea), and myself to participate in a a summer internship in Sioux Falls. He built a home studio in the garage and basically never slept (nothings changed). I didn't really understand what he was doing but i was intrigued. One day, he was writing a weird political song that sounded like something straight from the 60's. You know, one of those anti-government hippy protesting songs. Anyway, he invited me into his studio to record a few snippets. "What's America Mom?", and "Bang, Bang, There's a hole in your head", were my lyrics. I thought it was pretty cool and this infatuation set in. I jumped from Nsync to DMX basically overnight because of "Party Up". I told my father i wanted to make music and he proceeded to help me write my first rap. "I'm a D-Boy walking down the street, I'm a wide eyed mother, i'm a cracked out freak, homies on my side, homies on my hip, touch my threads and i'll bust your lip". Not bad for a cowboy toting a 3/4 ton Dodge diesel.
Now, all i needed was money for equipment and that stuff isn't cheap. I couldn't ask for it because we were dirt poor and my mother was already working 2 jobs and taking night classes to get her bachelor's and masters degree (you are an incredible woman). I spent summer's with my father, whom was a general contractor, and he said you can work for me and we'll get you set up. I proceeded to work construction every summer for about 13 years, constantly upgrading my equipment.
I've worked with hundreds of artists, played hundreds of shows, spent 10,000 plus hours working on music, and built amazing friendships through this journey.