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     When I was a kid, I remember sitting and watching my dad practice the bass. After he was done, he would sit it on a stand in his office. “Don’t be in here messin with my stuff while I’m gone” he said to me one day. “Okay Dad”, I said about 30 minutes before he left for work. This clearly left me with no choice but to go into his office and pick up the bass. I did this every night for like a year. Finally one night, my dad asked my mom over the phone “What’s my boy up to?” “Just playing your git-tar like usual” she said as she unknowingly sealed my fate. For I knew my number was up. My father’s mantra began to play in my head. “I’m known for a lot of things, but playin around ain’t one of them.” I was going to have to change my identity. Maybe move to Puerto Rico and hope that the 4x4 on his truck wouldn’t work well enough to reach me. Since I was 14 and had no money, I decided to stay and accept my imminent doom. Turns out he was pretty stoked that I wanted to follow in his footsteps and bought me my own bass(he was still serious about me not touching his stuff lol).

     Since then, music has been a major part of my life and everything I do creatively. I still play the bass, but over the last 12 years I've also gotten into standup comedy, voice acting, musical comedy, beat making, and producing. Some notable moments include the 2015 Oddball Festival, Roast Battle and Kill Tony at the Comedy store, playing bass for Glazed at the Hollywood Improv as well as performing with the likes of Roy Wood Jr, Faizon Love, Jeff Garland, Tiffany Haddish, Craig Robinson, and Donell Rawlings to name a few. It's been a wild ride and I'm excited to have you all along with me as it continues on!

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