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"Dirty Wordz 4 Filthy Mindz" - Demo 2002

"Mental Gingivitis" - Demo LP 2005

"Mental Floss" - LP released on Bad Karma Entertainment, June 2007.

"A Man of Science" - LP to be released on Animal Farm Records in 2009.

Featured in the Mid March 2006 edition of Indie In-Tune Magazine.

Currently receiving play on, Xclusive internet radio and internet radio. Songs have been downloaded via the internet internationally and I have gotten airplay on NY radio stations K104.7 and WJFF all with solid responses.



My appreciation for the art of Hip-Hop is what led me to create my own. 15 years and still going strong! I love inventing new ways to flip my prose and put an immense amount of time into my lyrics. Each time I sit down to write, I look to add a new element so every track is a journey in and of itself. I'm not just here manufacturing songs for the radio or to make the quick buck. I believe there's still alot of good to be accomplished through this art if taken in the right direction.
Currently I'm in the studio working on "A Man of Science". My 2nd LP to be released in 2009. With the completion of my demo in 2005, "Mental Gingivitis", and my 2007 LP "Mental Floss" released under Bad Karma Entertainment, this will be a solid addition to the ever-growing Foulmouth collection.
I've been performing live steadily since 2004 and have rocked venues in NY, CT, PA, NJ, MA, WI & VA. I have gained a nice fanbase in the Northeast US and now I'm looking to expand my domain. My stage show is a definite crowd pleaser.
I remember a show I did in CT that really shaped my stage presence and crowd control. I picked up an open slot to close a show after the headlining rock band at a bar named Cousin Larry's. The band went almost an hour past the set time so when I hit the stage the crowd was exhausted, drunk and pretty well rocked out. A little discouraged and tired myself I went on at almost 2:30 am and poured my heart into every track in my half hour set. I soon had a drunken, rock oriented crowd out of their seats and nodding uncontrollably. It was one of my favorite shows when all was said and done and ended up turning into an open mic of sorts when I invited various members of the crowd to hit the stage with me and drop any verse they may have. The bar closed 45 minutes late but it was well worth it.
I love the crowd, I love fans and am really just a fan myself so I have examined it thoroughly from every aspect and have refined my show through experience, perserverance and alot of experimentation, LOL.
Off the stage I'm a devout family man and I do what I do on stage for my wife and young son. Nothing inspires me like they do. One of my biggest goals is building a legacy for my son to be proud of.
Bottom line, I'm an average guy with above average skills who loves all aspects of music. I'm not a thug or a gangster and I don't take on a different persona behind the mic. I write what I know, I've found that's where the best inspiration comes from.
Thanks for your time and I look forward to working with a multitude of people in the near future. Any other info you want or need I'll be more than happy to supply, just hit me up by email and ask.

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