Music expresses
that which cannot be said
and on which it is impossible to be silent about!

(Victor Hugo)

I fell in love with music at a very early age – my father being a singer and guitar player in various bands over decades influenced me alot. Dancing and signing as a little child along to their music on stage, gave me a first feeling on how entertaining people in the lamplight can be fun.

At the age of 13, I started singing and dancing on a daily basis, being influenced by artists such as Mariah Carey, Michael Jackson, Destiny’s Child, Brandy and Lauryn Hill, just to name a few. At that time, I also started to write my first lyrics as an outlet of dealing with my emotions. First recordings together with Allrounda and Ear2ThaBeat formed the basis for my passion of creating original music.

When it came to choosing a profession after school, I decided to study outside the field of music and graduated as a Diplom-Betriebswirt (Business Administration) and as a Master in Entrepreneurship & Innovation – both degrees being based on a scholarship.

After two years of working (while making first moves in the production game), I decided to make my passion for music my main profession and started releasing my first own beats. Before and after that step, Allrounda acted as a mentor. Furthermore I joined a music school as well as various choirs to develop my vocal skills in more depth. These engagements serve as a source for live performances of all kinds, solo as well as together with other musicians. Over the past five years, I have achieved various goals from being a successful online producer over working with various artists to releasing my own vocals on my beats. So stay tuned, to see what is coming next…




If I decide to be an idiot,
then I’ll be an idiot
on my own accord.

(Johann Sebastian Bach)


Production Credits

Alicia Renee                                                                                                         Crooked I

One good thing
about music,
when it hits you,
you feel no pain!

(Bob Marley)