Yo, what's good y'all? Today I wanna take a trip down memory lane and talk about my upbringing in Baton Rouge. Growing up in the streets of Louisiana wasn't easy, but it molded me into the man I am today.

I was raised by my grandma, she always held it down for me. Life wasn't always smooth sailing though. The struggle was real, but it taught me to hustle hard and never give up on my dreams.

I remember running around with my homies, getting into trouble here and there. But music was always my escape. It gave me a way to express myself and tell my story through lyrics.

My city has seen its fair share of violence and poverty, but that only fueled my fire to make something out of myself. I wanted more than just surviving on these mean streets - I wanted success.

Being a young father at such a tender age definitely changed things for me. Having kids made me realize that I needed to step up and provide for them no matter what it took.

Music became more than just a hobby - it became my ticket out of the hood. My mixtapes started gaining traction online and before I knew it, labels were knocking on my door.

But fame came with its own set of challenges too - rumors spread like wildfire, haters tried to bring me down every chance they got. But through all the noise, one thing remained constant: My love for making music that speaks truth from where I come from.

Now that you know some snippets from where this all began... What do you think? Hit ya boy back!