Mic check, one two...
This is where I tell you who I am. Where I prime you with preconceptions about my music by boxing myself in to a tight little package like a skinny pair of Calvin Klein briefs.
(Side note - Did you know "Klein" is the German word for 'Small', and "Calvin" is derived from the French word 'chauve', meaning 'bald'? Thus the name Calvin Klein actually translates as being small and bald... Not really a label I want sported so close to my manhood, I tell yee that now.)
Why do musicians use this bio section to introduce themselves so hastily? They're scared. They're scared you won't take the time to listen to their music and decide who they are for yourself. They're scared you'll become disinterested if they don't rope you in with a unique selling point. They're scared they worked so hard to express themselves in their music, only to see the intricate messages they sculpted so precisely disintegrate at the ear of the listener. They're so scared, they simply state their "thing" outright in an introduction piece, to act as a clarity failsafe. Hey, I could do this myself and ensure you put a pin on exactly who I am, in exactly the way I 'want' you to. Morals, values, beliefs, successes, failures and aspirations all rolled in to one well written paragraph to sway the audience to seeing the music my way before they even had the option of considering their own. However, I didn't put up this site to generate clones. I have more respect for people than that.
So - Box me when I'm six feet deep. Which based on the way I live life, won't be too long anyways. Alternatively, quit reading this and just listen to my music.
That being said, I haven't released my new material online yet. The only stuff you'll hear right now is from a session me and SK (a dope producer I work with) did back in 2009, when we were offered a month of free recording time at his music college. We slammed some tracks together real quick and recorded them with minimal time for editing, having the intention of just chucking something out real quick as apposed to recording an LP. We called the cd Polyrically Correct. You'll have to come see us live to peep what we're really about now, which is an altogether different animal to the material you'll hear on that cd.
Anyways... I barely sleep because it's boring. I barely sit because it's exhausting and I never ever do nothing because I'm pretty sure I'd explode. Keep moving forward, whether destructive or otherwise. God bless progress as some might say.