Thank you for visiting my page. I'm a Muslim, Palestinian born and raised here in New Jersey, who loves this country that has offered my family an opportunity to thrive. It is  important however, to never forget where you came from.

I have been an avid follower of TRUE hip hop since an early age.  Some of my honorable mention consist of Eric B & Rakim, Kool G Rap, Big Daddy Kane, Special Ed, Slick Rick, EPMD, Public Enemy, Run DMC, Nice & Smooth, Bootcamp Click, L.L. Cool J, Nas, Jay Z, NWA, DMX, Wu Tang, and the late greats Tupac, Big Pun, Big L, and Notorious B.I.G.  

These artists’ lyrics, cadence, and message sparked an everlasting flame within my very core. It was then I felt an overwhelming urge to begin writing at the young age of 13. While attending high school, I willed myself to practice my writing, and remained diligent and patient; knowing that in time, I would be a lyrical force to reckon with.  

I’ve performed in numerous venues and have collaborated with some veteran mc’s and producers from across the globe. My lyrical content consists of not only raw consciousness, but of also an in-comprehensive broad array of fun, and clever tenor that is sure to entertain; as well as educate. 

Music has changed drastically over the years. These days however, it has become fairly redundant and dumbed down. Where are the great lyricists that actually provide a message?  I’ve remained semi-dormant throughout the years, not giving 150%; just dabbling in the art form. However like a superhero waiting for the right moment, I see that now, more than ever, real hip hop is needed. It must emerge to the surface again; and remind the world of its greatness, its value.  The masses are screaming for something new, something fresh, music to their ears (pun intended).  

And that’s exactly what I’m prepared to do.  (Hip-Hop is alive). 

"As we travel through life we experience many different emotions, and are faced with many situations, for which there is a soundtrack. Music is the true universal language. There is power in holding the mic. There are people who hang onto your every word. It can influence and alter the moods and feelings we face every day.  So it is imperative that you say something of value; something real, something worth listening to." ~ Ali