I have a weird music history, but I have taken a chorus class my 6th, 9th, 11th, & 12th grade years. I have taken band my 8th & 10th grade years in school and played trombone. I always loved too sing and play instruments. I also used to play around on the piano when I had free time in the class. I got into dancing when I was young, like 13 years old. I just watched alot of Step Up and played Just Dance alot, and I also freestyle danced as I grew up; I also remember doing dancing competitions with my family. Furthermore, I started rapping when I was 14 years old I started out just writing rhymes and speaking them, they didn't really make since at first, but as the years went by I got waaay better. I also used to produce alot of beats, but it was kinda more of a playground for me, because I didn't know that much about music and genres back then, so I just made beats that I thought sounded good with programs. I made songs with some, but it was all just like a playground because I didn't know exactly what I was doing; I just made beats and recorded vocals to them for fun. But fast forward to 2018, I've gotten to know genres better and I'm trying to kickoff what I can do with my Album "Showtime", I'm releasing in 2018. I picked the title "Showtime" for a dual reason, because it has two meanings behind it. It stands for signalling the beginning of an event or process that is expected to be dramatic, decisive, or otherwise important (and this album is going to be the beginning of the process of my music career) and the second meaning behind it is simply "a time of showing" and I'm really showing what I can do with "Showtime".