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Filipino-American hip hop recording artist residing in Portland. Known for his quick style of rap and spiritual inspiring lyrics he continues to pursue his dream of becoming a worldwide recording and performing artist. Born in Iloilo, Philippines, where his mother was a high school student and his father in the military, he eventually immigrated to the U.S. when he was two. Growing up on hip hop, he related to the struggle that was usually expressed in the genre and began rapping at 16.  Growing up as Asian-American in a low-income family, he felt unwanted in society and made decisions putting him in jail and prison. Upon release at 21, guided by spiritual values, he aims to inspire others, who have experienced the challenges he faced, with his music, knowing that his purpose is to help others find their own purpose in life.

He has shared the stage with the likes of Afroman, Spice One, Lighter Shades of Brown, Knocturnal, Locksmith, and Baby Bash.


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