​Born: January 7, 1982 to Sheila Masters & James Coleman, Jr. in St. Joseph's Hospital in Houston, Texas Southside area. Raised in the Notorious 3rd Ward projects called the Cuney Homes.
After years of hard living and both parents being incarcerated and battling addictions he bounced from to home with neighboring friends and family shelters. He went on to pursue a life of hustling and street life, which later on led to numerous prison bids in his life.
As a youth he sung in church and co-founded a musical group (singing & rapping) and went on to win countless shows. Throughout all the trials and trubulations he continued to puursue his dream in music. Now recent prison bids, the loss of his brother through murder and all the boys in his family and countless number of friends' death, he's decided that Music is his way out and expressing himself.
Now he is working on the release of his fifth street album after receiving great reviews on the first four (Married to the Streets, About My Brother's Business, Tired of Crashig, and Headed to the Promised Land). The new street album/DVD is titled "Respect Before the Money" to symbolize the foundation he has established and to make it a point that integrity is a trait that cannot be bought. 
What makes him different or special is that no one can categorize him or his style. He doesn't sound like most Houston artists and definitely doesn't mimic anyone from anywhere else. It's all truly original and genuine.

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