Kamikaze CMI
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Kamikaze CMI

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Wus on ya mind, hatter blockers, mosh pit, the result

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I was born in New Orleans Louisiana. Music has always been my way to escape from the harsh reality of everyday life and my way to see the struggles that other people have. I’ve been writing and making music since the age of 8, and it has been my passion ever since. I was raised in the Calliope projects, for me it was very tough, a typical experience of anyone being raised in a drug filled crime ridden poverty environment. I have seen my share of pain. I made some decisions I felt was necessary to survive which forced me to learn allot of life’s lessons the hard way, but soon started to realize I had to change or I would have the same abrupt ending as the majority of my friends. I was always different, that lifestyle never really fit with me. It was like wearing two left shoes, awkward. I was determined to do something with my life. With so much going on around me, and in some cases, it pulled me in, I felt I had no choice but to do something drastic to change my surroundings. So I joined the military. I joined the Military with one thing in mind surviving; my concept for joining the military was if I die in the military then at least I would have died for a cause, then for no reason at all. At first I wasn’t too acceptable to the Military way of living, but still stayed in and eventually opened up because it was all I had. I started to allow the Military to somewhat raise me and shatter some of my beliefs and negativity, but without really changing who I was, ultimately making me a better person. The Change was very hard because of my attitude and my persona from being raised in such a ruff environment, but it was well worth it. While in the Military I became more focus with my music and gain allot more life experience. I’m not saying it was easy, I have been to Iraq 4 times, and have experienced some-things words can’t even begin to explain. During those times the only thing I had was my music. My dreams of becoming a huge star, and being able to share my story was probable the only thing that kept me alive or sane. I met some brilliant people who have helped me sharpen my musical skills and really opened my eyes to how good of a musical artist I am. I have performed in almost all 50 states and in different countries, even when I’m on military business. I still manage to do my music and entertain the people it’s my calling. I believe I have a slight different story to tell, which sometimes may come out of my music. Music to me is by far the only thing that can appeal to all five senses. What I mean, just by listening to music, it can recall a period of your life and bring back everything you were doing or going through at that time, weather good or bad, feelings or emotions. I want my music to have that effect on people and I believe its that good to do so. Thank you for your attention. Kamikaze CMI