S.A the Abolitionist

S.A the Abolitionist

 Ann Arbor, Michigan, USA
BandHip Hop

S.A the Abolitionist is a jack of all trades. He is a rapper, music producer, musician, video producer, 3d animator, and a graphic designer. Most people say that he sounds like a hispanic version of Eminem. He is known for having witty punchlines and sentences with double or even triple meanings.


Since the age of twelve, watching his brother make beats and scratch records, S.A took an interest in hip hop. He began by learning how to scratch and mix vinyl, which quickly evolved into producing beats and writing lyrics. For the past eighteen years, S.A has been featured on nine albums and has released two of his own. S.A's punch lines are very complex, having double and sometimes triple meanings. He writes abstract lyrics that puzzle his audience, until one day the punch line hits them and a delayed reaction occurs. He has even solved a Rubik's cube on stage, while performing a track, in under two minutes. At the age of twenty two, he became interested in 3d animation and video production. By twenty six, S.A (Joshua Castrejon) reached the history books, of video games, by receiving credit for QA testing Call Of Duty: World At War. By twenty eight, he began producing videos. S.A a.k.a (S.A The Abolitionist) a.k.a (Joshua A. Castrejon) is truly a J.A.C of all trades. His creative tracks have earned him the right to be known as one of the most original artists to this date. S.A has collaborated with underground hip hop giants such as Guilty Simpson (Stones Throw Records artist), Okwerdz (Grind Time Now battle rapper and the Source magazine's Unsigned Hype), and Dabrye (Ghostly International artist).