At the age of 8, Rawsh experienced his first encounter with Hip-Hop music while watching the late 2Pac’s “California Love” video on a communal television within the confines of the camp. From that moment onward, his perception of music would change forever; and with this musical revelation, came a chance at a new life in Los Angeles, California where his family was able to settle down. From the earliest of his adolescent days, Rawsh began producing and recording music on what little resources he had available to him. At the age of 14, the sudden death of his father put Rawsh in a position to support his mother and sister whilst juggling the tasks of everyday life.
Through the struggles that he endured abroad and with the passing of his father, Rawsh would turn to music in attempts at achieving a grounds for expression, and a subsequent gallery for his art. His experiences with the complexion of human pain and the range of human emotions allowed him to not only gain a better grasp on the intricacies of life, but also, his talents allowed the ingenious implementation of such ideas into his music. Indeed, Freddy Rawsh has been able to find his euphonious niche in a day and age where creative artistry, and lyrical ingenuity have been sacrificed for musical conformity. Accordingly, he has been successful in fusing and interlacing his own unique style with that of artists and sounds ranging from the very diverse parts of the globe.
In 2004, Rawsh teamed up with long-time friend and producer Don Ramone of Track Static Productions. Since the collaboration, the two have worked to further advance the grounds for hip-hop by creating exceptional music. His incredible imagination, lyrical dexterity and passion for the salvation of Hip-Hop has influenced Rawsh in creating triumphant and prodigious songs. “Hip-Hop is a storm that is taking over music and I will catalyze this storm.” After years of patiently waiting, Freddy Rawsh is ready to advance the progression of Hip-Hop through the flexing of his musical arsenal.
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