His latest work has been defined as a hyper sick combination of acoustic hip hop and rap rock tracks that are sure to provide something for everyone with his unique style of rapping.
His work has been recognized nationwide in the underground hip hop community through various placements in national competitions including an honorable mention in Spread The iLLness 4.0, placement in the top 25 of the Collective Chaos Collaboration series, and a 2nd place runner up in AMJS Beats Make a Hit Contest.
No stranger to the stage LB has performed in some of the most iconic venues in NYC including the Times Square Arts Center in Manhattan, Club Arena in Queens, and various local colleges. He is in the process of finalizing his upcoming release titled 914’s Most Doubted themed around all of his successes in music despite the downfalls and doubts he’s faced as an independent artist.
As a child he was primarily influenced by the sound of hard rock and alternative bands such as Nirvana and KoRn but growing up he was later introduced to rap-rock genre through Limp Bizkit and Kid Rock. His taste for hip hop wasn’t established until hearing Detroit rapper Eminem’s collaboration with Kid Rock on the Devil Without A Cause album. He spent his early high school years utilizing his love for poetry and storytelling writing acapella songs and remixes often to just pass time.
Due to financial limitations professional studios were always hard to come by at affordable rates so early on in his career LB decided to take the art of engineering in his own hands and build his own studio. Upon learning the craft of mixing and mastering he has been recording, mixing and mastering all of his own work ever since and shows no signs of slowing down in his progression as an artist.