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Fatal Lucciauno

Fatal Lucciauno

Fatal Lucciauno


Growing up in Seattle’s Central District, Fatal Lucciauno, born Rahmeece Howell began writing poetry and rapping at the age of eight, at times that talent turned hardship into hustle when he would sing with his father for food and money to take care of their family. After spending his formative years as a battle rapper on street corners, at playgrounds and on public buses, and then realizing there was more than just competition pumping in his blood; he pursued his desire to create music. Read more on Last.fm
Growing up in Seattle’s Central District, Fatal Lucciauno, born Rahmeece Howell began writing poetry and rapping at the age of eight, at times that talent turned hardship into hustle when he would sing with his father for food and money to take care of their family. After spending his formative years as a battle rapper on street corners, at playgrounds and on public buses, and then realizing there was more than just competition pumping in his blood; he pursued his desire to create music. He credits his mother, Northwest’s renowned Blues and Gospel singer Josephine Howell as his inspiration. At the age of fifteen Fatal became the second solo artist signed to Sportn’ Life Records, and in June, 2007, his critically praised debut album “The Only Forgotten Son” was released.

The album was instantly hailed a regional classic. It was a cinematic feature with the score produced by the likes of Vitamin D, BeanOne, D.Black and Kuddie Mack. Fatal weaved in and out of the tracks telling stories of homelessness and hustling to get where he is today. It’s his unique approach to street rap that sets him apart from the herd.

His lyrics are intelligent, and possess a keen sense of history and people. Considered a credible voice in his community, Fatal’s music offers more than just the average tale of problems young black men face, he offers solutions and often displays a comedic side. What makes Fatal different than your average street wise MC is his obvious old soul, and after delving deeper into his music and personality you begin to recognize the density of Fatal Lucciauno the person and the artist. He has performed at some of the countries most esteemed music festivals such as SXSW, Bumbershoot and the Capitol Hill Block Party.

He’s also shared the stage with some of the biggest names in Hip Hop such as; The Wu Tang Clan, Big Boi, Redman & Method Man, Freeway and Camp Lo to name a few. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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