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Artist, Musician, and Filmmaker in Morganton, North Carolina
Born Carlos Sullivan in Columbus, Ohio around the beginning of what we now call Hip Hop Culture. My influences are (9th Wonder, Mobb Deep, and Nujabes just to name a few.
In 1992, I really feel in love with hip hop music, when I heard the compositions of Dr. Dre. I then said; "One Day, I'm A Do That" and in 1997, I wrote my first rhyme. As I got better I came closer to starting my dream, and it was the summer of 1999, when I met Rich One and a few others that had a group called: "Last Day Prophets."
Upon meeting Rich One and the others, they had asked me if I rapped, of course I said yes, and they asked, if I wanted to be apart of the group, and I seen it as not only a cool way to make new friends, but at the same time, work on my skill as well as having fun doing what it was I liked, and that was Hip hop.
A little after a year, we all parted ways when C=MC³ came home from the Navy, the crew was kind of left in the cold, but I seen it as great timing, because around that time I had met Naethoven, a local producer and engineer whom had a home based studio. So, I looked at it as a chance to finally learn how to do what it was I was supposed to do, and what members of my family were doing, and that was creating the actual music itself.
In 2002 when my dad passed away, he had left a portion of land to me, and my older brother and sister, and since I didn't really have any cash to keep the land, I took my 1/3 of the land money, and bought my own studio setup, and in 2003, I started Chemistry Lab Recordings, first recording myself, Jimm Beem, and C=MC³.
In 2004, C=MC³ and I took part in the WPCC Amateur Night Show where we took home second place, then began to take place in many open mic events.
In 2008, I linked up with Alaric Wilder (Supreme of Sunz of Man) while on myspace. We actually got a chance release 2 underground albums, and 2 solo releases under his "Git Rite Muzic" label, and a featured song on his "Street Kid Movie Soundtrack.
In 2010, I left "Git Rite Muzic," and shortly afterwards, started Sound Drop Entertainment as a collective to Chemistry Lab Recordings in the summer of 2012, and every since then, I've been on a non-stop mission to make my name known, whether by beats, film or my extreme rhyme skills. Just recently I recorded a song called: "Feel The Urge" with Jon BlaQ after reuniting with "Git Rite Muzic" for a compilation album called: "Hip Hop I Am" under my former name (Los D. The P.O.E.T) you can check it out here: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0