He was raised in the mean streets of Flatbush in Brooklyn, NY. His teachers all agreed that he had a great imagination, but he had a problem with authority and was often in trouble. Grades came easy, though. Rahsheen and his brother were always into dancing and singing. They watched The Making of Thriller every day after walking home from school and knew every lyric and dance step.They even used an old tape-recorder to make their mother an album for one mother's day. At 12yrs old, his mother moved him to Atlanta, GA.
She thought that the crime rate was lower and he would have a better chance of getting a good education. Somebody told her wrong because the schools were more violent and the education system was nothing to be excited about. It was hard adjusting, but this only helped to further diversify Rahsheen's eclectic musical tastes. Most of his closest high school friends were fans of bands like Nirvana and Rage Against The Machine, but they also enjoyed Bone Thugs~n~Harmony, DMX, and even the occasional R&B track. If you ask him what genre is his favorite, Rahsheen will probably say, "Anything that's not Country," but even that is not a definite anymore. Read more on Last.fm.
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