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Born in Detroit, MI on December 4, 1989, Artist/producer/engineer M.A.V. discovered his love for music at a very early age. His talent as a writer began to show at the age of 8, when he wrote a parody to Fresh Prince of Bel Aire’s theme song. He performed his version of the song at the D.A.R.E program graduation in front of his entire school, which got him a standing ovation. This was the first glimpse of the talent that M.A.V. possessed as an artist. Over the next few years M.A.V dedicated his spare time to writing and working on his craft. He began to make beats at the age of 15 when he was introduced to a computer software production program by the name of FL Studio while living in Atlanta, GA. With the ability to write and produce catchy songs, M.A.V. lacked the resources it took to record those songs. In 2007, M.A.V. began to record and mix records along with his father, who bought an 8 track audio recorder after noticing the immense talent his son possessed with music. Over the next 2 years, M.A.V. worked on harnessing and improving his skills as an artist, producer, and engineer. He decided to take his production to the next level by switching his college major to Audio Engineering, to achieve the long sought after “industry sound” he was looking for.
Over the years, M.A.V. has crafted a unique sound which can be enjoyed by any age group, and is only getting better by the second. M.A.V. possesses all the elements it takes to become a Top artist/producer/engineer at the commercial level including, lyricism, delivery, stage presence and style. He is currently featured on a few underground mixtapes and has dropped a couple solo mixtapes "i Drop Bangers" and "iDBV2". He drpped his first commercial release "iDBEP" in March of 2013 through 101 distribution and is gaining radio play and fans throughout the US and around the world. Be on the lookout for more great things to come from this exquisite individual with artistic abilities that bridge generation gaps.

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