"KEEP YO EYES ON THE ROAD, LADIES, BEHOLD"
When local producers denied him access to studio time and beats much like his hometown hero Muhammad Ali he responded like any champion would and opened his own studio and production company,
Organized Swagg, before his 18 th birthday.
His first single “Eeeh” blazed Louisville’s number one hip-hop station, B96.5 WGZB, for weeks and when his next single followed, “Lace Me Up”, he was basically a
household name. As his notoriety rose so did his ambitions to be more than a local artist/producer and his cutting edge and diverse style had already caught the ear of some of the music industry’s leading artists.