At the age of 14, “SNAP” met a producer named Kim(Young Schiz). After receiving his first instrumental cd, and using old DJ equipment from his mom, “SNAP” began writing and recording on cassette tapes. Shortly after, “SNAP” formed a group called “The Campboyz”. By age 16, “SNAP” went solo and had recorded in various of studios, performed live at my local and regional events and released several mix tapes. Although he was young, many established artists and DJs in the Greater Mobile and Gulf Coast area began to take notice of this energetic, lyrically diverse, young artist taking over the music scene.
His first notable single was “MODEL WALK” produced and engineered by a Mobile pioneer named Ronald “Ron G” Suggs, Jr. Ron G took a serious interest in the young, up and coming artist and has since produced and engineered several records that have been played in nightclubs all around Mobile and has also been played on 93 BLX.
His new singles “Club Rockin’ and “Cuttin or Wut” catapulted his grind and proved that he can consistently release hot records with mass appeal. Often compared to Platinum recording artist and Hip Hop icon “Lil Boosie” (in sound), ”SNAP” remains true to himself, his brand and his music. Admittedly, he is influenced by the likes of Lil Boosie, Yo Gotti, C-Nile, and B.O.B.
Be on the lookout for more of his music and if you catch him performing live, be prepared to see the CLUB ROCKIN’.