I started dabbling in music when I attended high school at the Hamilton Academy of Music in Los Angeles, where I became a part of an Afro-Brazilian/Afro-Cuban percussion group with 6 of my best friends during that time.

I studied West African percussion, primarily Malinke rhythms from Guinea, played piano for a number of years and trained as a singer.

After falling in love with poetry and rhyme and I started writing my own pieces and have since been writing regularly over the last 15 years.

I always say that acting is my wife and music is my mistress… I love them both equally, but have found it hard to give music as much attention as I’d like to over the years…

This past year has given me the opportunity to change that, when I decided to really throw myself in. With the help some amazing guidance in making that happen, music is finally getting the attention it deserves in my life.

I’m not sure what this is, or what will become of it, but I’m grateful for the journey and proud of where this path has taken me thus far.

Thank you for listening…

Thank you for being a part of it…

Love y’all!