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Xethahim

Xethahim

Xethahim


Xethahim Seth Himebaugh (fifteen years old), better known by his stage name, Xethahim, is a teenage rapper, singer, songwriter, producer, and author. Xethahim is still working on his fame, but is quickly gaining renown. He started rapping five years ago (In fourth grade), when his friend and him got bored of just playing around, and wanted to make music. They were extremely hard to listen to back when they were known as Unorganized Chaos. Now they are known as I-5 Yung Boyz Read more on Last.fm
Xethahim Seth Himebaugh (fifteen years old), better known by his stage name, Xethahim, is a teenage rapper, singer, songwriter, producer, and author. Xethahim is still working on his fame, but is quickly gaining renown. He started rapping five years ago (In fourth grade), when his friend and him got bored of just playing around, and wanted to make music. They were extremely hard to listen to back when they were known as Unorganized Chaos.

Now they are known as I-5 Yung Boyz, and they have gotten much better, though they have not recorded any of their own music yet. They plan to have recorded some of their own music by next year. The name Xethahim is Seth’s first name with an “X” in place of the “S”, his middle initial “A”, and the first three letters of his last name. Since he started in 2005, he has written and recorded five albums. His first album, Speechless (written and recorded in 2008), is an album explaining the hardships he has faced in his life, but he explains them not to make people feel sorry for him, but to help younger people learn from his mistakes, and learn how to deal with the hard situations he has faced, which in everyone’s life, it is inevitable that they will face hardships.

The song that titles the album is a song explaining how he cares more about helping the world than getting himself out of hard situations, and inquiring why so many horrible things happen that don’t have to. His second and third albums, Baby I’m Back and Goodbye were much better albums. He had, by this time, learned how to rap on beat, sing, and write even more meaningful, heart-gripping lyrics. He wrote and recorded both of these albums in the end of 2009, over a year since his last album. Baby I’m Back was an album that he handed out for free, letting people know that he was back from the time that he had taken off.

Everyone thought he had quit for good. The people at his middle school were happy with that thought, but the people at his new high school, in a different city were disappointed. Once he handed them this new album, everyone was ecstatic, except for the haters, which, inevitably, everyone has. He still was not extremely talented, but had gotten a great deal better since Speechless. Goodbye was an album inspired by his father.

They wanted to do a song together, so they did. Seth titled the album after the song they recorded together. Seth and his father, Jeff, are almost exactly alike. Seth is almost a spitting image of his father, and they sound almost alike.

Everything about them is almost the exact same. They were best friends before his dad moved. Seth was devastated when his dad left. Seth and his father missed each other so much and wanted to write a song about that, but decided to title it the same as they had planned, but made it about saying goodbye to their old lives and moving on. Xethahim’s third album is titled Letter.

Almost every song in it is written slightly like a letter to a specific person. He did this because no one would listen to his true feelings or anything he said in person or online, so he felt that if he wrote letters or songs to them they would listen. He was working on this album ever since his father moved out and people in his school started hating him, and worked on it through 2010, that is the year that he released it. He recorded it and released it at the very start of 2010 to kick off the New Year.

His most recent album, Hot Like Fire is exactly what the title says. It is an album in which he has greatly improved in his rapping and singing. He has collaborated with four other artists on this album, and made a full album of ten songs. The hype from this album got his listeners extremely excited and anticipating the release date of Wednesday May 26, 2010.

He sold his pre-orders for $5, and everything after that for $10. It is of professional quality, and a great economic deal for the quality it is. He made a deal with the artists he collaborated with, because as he said in his song, “Next In Line”, he has no money, so he made them a deal that if they collaborated with him for free, he would put tags with their website name in the songs they collaborated with him on. Early Life: Seth Himebaugh and his family originally lived in N.

California, but moved all around in his later years. Seth had a great child life, living with his parents and younger sister. They lived in great neighborhoods after they moved from their apartment when Seth was about six or seven. Seth and his best friend Andy decided when they were in fourth grade that they wanted to rap.

They tried, and thought that they were the best alive. To be honest, Organized Chaos was probably the worst rap group that has ever rapped. They could not rap on beat, and the instruments in their music weren’t even in the same key or the same tempo. When Seth was in fifth grade, his father and mother decided to split up.

His dad moved into a nearby apartment, and a year later, left the state. Seth, his sister, and mother all moved in with his grandparents. This was the year that Seth went suicidal. He tried every day for two and a half years to commit suicide, but never had the materials to fully go through with it.

He became addicted to cutting his wrists and continued that habit until the end of 2009. Seth now decided to get better at rap. He learned to rap on beat, and learned basic music theory. He stopped rapping about happy, upbeat subjects and started reaching out and grabbing the hearts of his listeners. Currently: Right now, Seth is continuing his music career, and his album “Hot Like Fire” has some awesome beats, and upbeat lyrics.

Seth has learned to laugh in his raps, showing his happiness, and adding a new layer to the music. He has some songs that have meaning and are slow. One of these songs, “Home”, made a couple of people that heard it cry. For the most part, Seth is getting successful, and is living a good life.

He has been contacted by Akon, and a record label for unsigned teens to get involved with. Seth and his manager, Maxx, decided to turn down the teenager’s label, and eventually turned down Konvict Muzic. 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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