Laws was born in Natal, Brazil. Who moved to Central Islip (hometown to hip hop legends – Keith Murray, K-Solo, JVC Force and more) which is located in Long Island, NY at a very young age. He started rhyming at the age of 14 on corner cyphas. It was about
a 3 year period of straight freestyle battling that pretty much molded his patterns and flow that Laws use today. Upon his relocation to Florida, he found himself isolated from the general group of people due to his laughable bias against southerners, etc. Through this isolation, he further developed more skill. The time away from outside influences allowed to birth a style that was all his own.
Before the age of 18, Laws would enter battle competitions in Tampa (1 hour drive, he basically lives in the woods). Laws had to be snuck in using a poor fake ID, and argue for winnings because he was underage. The next couple years saw the release of some local “albums” with partner/producer L.A. (fellow Long Island, NY native), and the gradual increase of his abilities. Between now and that gray area, Laws has opened for Mars Ill, MF Doom, Snoop Dogg, DJ Premier and the Wu-Tang Clan (who he points out as his highest achievement thus far). He has considerable amounts of air time on all of the major Florida stations (with no radio single nonetheless).
Laws found out about Domination Recordings thru Majik Most who is one of the local heroes that he met through one of his various battles attended. “He liked my stuff; we linked up, and worked on some tracks that never saw the light of day. We have the same kind of sick, twisted humor so the collaboration we just recently did is sure to knock some socks off” said Laws who will be featured on Majik Most’s new album “You Got Jokes?!”
To wrap this all up, Laws says: “I’m not a crusader for hip hop. I never stand on stage arguing the existence of hip hop’s life or death. I’m just a regular guy with exceptional lyricism that enjoys hard hitting beats”. Excellent choice of words from one of the next dope MC’s!
via Domination Recordings
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