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Hip-Hop is evolving. The change will most certainly emerge the next set of standout artists that crowds will clamor for. Many rappers trying to make it in the game are following in the steps of the great artists of our time, but one rapper is looking to make his own path. SEBA hopes to lead the next generation.

He raps about social issues, the dark side of society and his dysfunctional upbringing. His tracks can be thought provoking and sometimes controversial. He’s not the usual, mass produced rap artist. Still, his music doesn’t lose focus of what the true hip-hop fan looks for when purchasing music. His music reflects urban intelligence, excitement and emotion.

SEBA has been performing since an early age and already he’s made a name for himself in the extremely competitive Miami rap scene. He’s performed at various events including the First Annual Latino Urban Fest Sofrito in 2002, the Rock En Español 2003 event and at several nightclubs in the South Florida Area. All of his performances have been extremely well received by his audience.

His freestyle skills have been put to the test on the #1 rated DJ Kahled radio show on 99 Jamz (WJMZ 99.1) where he battled worthy opponents but emerged victorious after being voted a winner by callers to the station.

SEBA has also been a featured artist on several mixtapes including DJ Drop’s "Get The Fuck Out The Crib" and D-Nice’s 2005 mixtape. He’s also put out his own mixtape in early 2007 titled "Audio Trafficking" which he’s heavily promoting.

Along with Pit Bull and Cool & Dre, he’s been a featured artist on the King of the Streets – East Coast Ryders Volume One DVD.

SEBA’s worked with several talented producers but most of his work is done with DJ Drop, Jedi from Lab Rats Entertainment and Low Kis of 730 Productions. One career highlight happened as he recorded at the Hit Factory in South Florida to a Scott Storch beat where he collaborated on a track for artist Quietust Khan.

SEBA is currently working on his solo record to be released later this year.