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. Early in his career he saw that while freestyles and rapping over industry beats will get him the respect of his peers and competition, they were not enough to get him signed to a major record deal. So with that in mind he has lived by the motto of rapping only on original beats. In 2003 he signed his first record contract with an independent label named Soliloquy Records. After the contract was over he decided to go totally independent. Performing and opening up for many artist such as Do or Die, Slim Thug, Bone-Thugs-N-Harmony and many more. Simultaneously, he was pursuing a college degree in Health Education. In 2006 he moved from Oklahoma back to his home state of Virginia to gain more excess to East coast listeners. In 2007 he released an Extended play album
 titled, The Booth. In April of 2008 he dropped is first full length album titled For The Love Of Hip Hop. In late 2008 he formed a partnership with an independent label titled Money Block Entertainment. FLY-TY in collaboration with Money Block Entertainment will release the highly anticipated album, "Dedicated To Hip Hop". Ultimately, FLY-TY plans to continue living out his dream and passion for music with the hopes of getting signed to a major record label and sharing his talent with the world. FOR THA LOVE OF HIP HOP –the album For Tha Love of Hip Hop is an album full of lyrical content. The vision of this project is to bring back the art of writing songs with substance and purpose. This is not an album telling the world how much I love hip hop; it’s purpose is to show the world that I am dedicated to preserving the art form. For Tha Love of Hip Hop addresses social issues and social prejudices that our community faces. It also addresses some of
 my real life experiences and trials and tribulations that I have gone through. Last but not least, it addresses how I love to have fun and party and where I grew up.

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