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Raised in a single parent home in the minute town of Farmville, NC, Emmanuel Markese Battle is a miraculous product of sufferings and hardships. Born on November 12, 1988 , he was an ambitious child with secret dreams of a better life other than that his current environment presented. Life for him began roughly with physical and mental abuse of not only himself but also those he loved dearly. His eldest brother, Bobby Battle, sheltered and protected him by means of “tough” love with intentions to prepare him for the cruel life ahead.

With the aid of Bobby, Emmanuel turned to music to relieve a little frustration. Looking toward the infamous Tupac Shakur, he had hopes of one day becoming a great rap artist and lyricist. At eleven years of age, he wrote his first set of lyrics-for the first time he tasted the essence of his music potential. Although this was a great to deal with chaotic barriers in his days, he still searched for other sources of peace…in all the wrong places.

Emmanuel turned to gang-related activities such as violence and swearing to handle stress, but ironically these things only became additions to his setbacks. In result his educational standings became nonexistent.
Once expelled from all Pitt County Schools at fifteen years old, he was forced to become a man through lack of family support. He was cast into the cold world making it mandatory that he learn its ways for means of survival. Instead of shying away from the streets, he embraced them. Therefore he became deeply involved in their habits and movements; he was a street involved nigga, generating his stage name, S.I.N.

S.I.N dropped his first mixtape around this time period, using the streets and his life as his influence. He produced hardcore rap singles using simple tools such as scrap paper and cassette tape recorders. Once he became 17 years old, S.I.N joined the United States Army, in hopes of turning his life to a more positive direction. He experienced more hardships, but instead of breaking him, it did nothing more than make him stronger. He served in the Iraqi war with exploding bombs and flying bullets, yet he lives this day to tell his story.

S.I.N now resides in South Riding, Virginia where he houses a personal studio with professional grade equipment. He has released a mixtape featuring the hit single “Goon to a Goblin” and “Kill ‘Em.” He mentors a few young males who are just as he was in his day, showing them that there is a better way of life and safer ways to find it. He is also in the process of producing his next mixtape and collaborating with other local artist by featuring on ad promoting their mixtapes as well. He plans to take his music to another level by promoting his first album by traveling the world.

For S.I.N music is something more than just a sound or a beat. Music is not just a rhythm to please the ears, but a tempo to nourish the soul. He fell in love with music at an early age and plans to spend the rest of his life with it. Music was there for him when no one else was; therefore through thick and thin, for better or worse, music will be his other half, the tune to his never-ending Battle.