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Dedicated towards granting audiences an in-depth moment with his perspective of the ideals and ills of life, nineteen year old Warren “Flawless” Griffin, Jr.’s maxi, “Captured Perfection”, displays artistic charisma of an artist far beyond his years.

Born June 16, 1987 in metro-Detroit, MI, Flawless had his own degree of previous flaws he rose above. Raised in a single parent home, he learned at an early age to take care of himself and those around him. Unfortunately, even though the necessities of life where already available to him through the work of his mother, Flawless took it upon himself to get more than what was offered. “It was never an issue of food, lights, or shelter,” he interjects. “[But] wanting more led to a lifestyle and experiences I wouldn’t change, but I’d definitely think twice about.”

During this dramatic time in his life, Flawless befriended a young man who would eventually become his artistic partner in the local hip-hop dual “The Blockburnaz.” Acquaintances were made with a man named Chris Jones who would eventually help the duo formulate a production company of their own—but the decision to collectively carry on with the project soon dismantled. “I learned a lot from being in a group [for so long],” states Flawless, but he realized that producing was just one facet of his love for music and decided the time to pursue individual career goals was upon him.

“My motivation [for “Captured Perfection”] was strictly releasing all the things that go unsaid in today’s music. I needed to clear some things that I had on my chest,” states Flawless. “Every record was a statement, whether good or bad. The records still say something.” He firmly believes that while rap is a thriving industry in itself, the true art form of hip-hop is dying. Hence, Flawless takes it as a personal challenge to be the change.

Opportunities presented themselves rather quickly once Flawless made the decision to venture out into the music industry on his own, such as collaborations with Universal/Motown recording artist Suai Kee; Renaissance Man of the Grown Man Collective; producer Knoxville (“Summer With Miami,” Jim Jones, “History in the Making,” J.R. Writer); and Silent Riot producers (label home of recording artist Monica Blair). He admits that being able to work with various artists has grounded a better appreciation for collaborations and developing a greater soundboard to share ideas.

Now, with his solo endeavor, he is working towards a new level on the industry’s playing field. Proving there was much more he wanted to say that could not have happened in a group setting, “Captured Perfection” is a bold, prophetic step out on his individual artistic abilities, welcoming diverse listeners.