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Independent Everything: LIVE with Hip-Hop Storyteller & Songwriter ~ Wydeframe

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Wydeframe, born Christopher Kesee, was born February 5, 1987 in Vernon, Texas.  Although Wydeframe’s current music genre is hip-hop music, he enjoys all musical genres.  He has experience writing for different genres such as country, pop, and hip-hop music.  Wydeframe has always enjoyed writing hip-hop music; but recently put the petal to the metal to forge ahead with his music career when he showed his musical talents to business associates.  When professionals he trusted (dj’s, promoters, raved about his music with quotes such as, “you are the real deal, you need to get your music out there”, and “with the right backing you could be just as big as anyone who’s out right now”, Wydeframe put his pen to the pad and never looked back.

Wydeframe is a solo hip-hop rap artist that started writing and recording music as a sophomore in high school with a child hood friend who formed a group called “Texas Strife”.  Wydeframe’s first group Texas Strife started selling their cd’s at school with good reviews from his peers and even engaged in lunch time freestyle sessions that aided in the molding of his current musical style.  Wydeframe then joined a local group in Vernon, Texas called “Cross Town” who allowed him to establish his word play and lyrical presence.  Wydeframe decided to carry his musical talents to Atlanta, Georgia in 2005.  

Wydeframe has a strong presence on the microphone, versatility, and ability to tell stories with  his words, makes him an undeniable MC.  With Wydeframe’s relentless hustle mentality and deep-rooted motivation, he is sure to make a name for himself in the music world.  Wydeframe already has a large volume of songs that is ready to hit the airwaves.  

 

 

 

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