Fleetwood has had a long journey trying to find his destiny. Through his trials and tribulations, he has been molded into the man he is today. A soldier in God’s war, never claiming to be perfect, but a sinner, who loves going to church given a chance to pray for forgiveness and to be fed spiritually.
Throughout life's experiences, Fleetwood has become an author, rap artist, music producer, actor/ video producer while also being an active motivational speaker and a community activist, he has also founded the Homeboyhotline.org which he is the director of, a re-entry program assisting ex-offenders in their transition back into the community in the Bay Area.
Fleetwood's first book HIP HOP TRIED 2 KILL ME was a National Best Seller in 2009. His second book entitled "Bloodtest" is a love story that's based on peer pressure in a family full of hustlers, a well-received urban journey that hit the shelves in 2013. Fleetwood's third book"Daddy was Uh Mobsta" came out in 2014 a semi-biographical story of his father a country boy who was in the big city trying to feed his family. Also in 2014, Fleetwood made his directorial debut with a new documentary film "I JUST WANNA BALL" The story of the 2013 Lady Warriors of McClymonds High School Girls basketball team in Oakland, CA who were crowned champions after 37 years, but the real victory was what they overcame off the court.