Hailing from Charleston, S.C., a city known for its southern charm, great seafood and cultural history, this Charleston Hip Hop Artist has added his name to that list.
Since the release of his first LP, Chaos Theory in 2009, he has built a loyal fanbase and tested an enthusiastic stage presence, opening up for artists such as Warren G, Bone Thugs-n-Harmony, Tech N9ne, The Movement, Pastor Troy, Wiz Khalifa and J. Cole.
Charleston Hip Hop Artist album
This Charleston Hip Hop Artist sophomore project was hosted by DJ IIl Will. Within four consecutive years, the Charleston City Paper has named him as the “Best Local Hip Hop Artist,” while his music and videos have gained accolades from websites such as 2DopeBoyz, The Smoking Section and DJ Booth.
In March 2013, he partnered with Bluroc and DD172 media collective, owned and operated by Damon Dash. That same year, he also became the CEO/Founder of the Southern Wealth In Music (S.W.I.M) Group.
Charleston Hip Hop Artist video
During the same month, his debut video for “Strokers Row” (directed by Taylor Engel) was featured at the South by Southwest festival. This Charleston Hip Hop Artist fourth album Filthy will be in partnership with Bluroc.