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This multi talented artist, producer, and C.E.O known as Seven, got his foot in the game originally as a freelance producer working for independent and major labels such as, Sony Music, Ruthless Records and eventually the infamous Death Row Records. Seven began his passion for music growing up on the sunny streets of southern California bumping legendary sounds of the originators of West Coast Rap, N.W.A, ATL, Dr. Dre, Dj Quik, and of course the ever so present sound of 60s and 70s oldies and old school funk. Highly influenced by the combination of the music and the street lifestyle, it lead to the creativity expressed in his tracks, that bring back that rhythmatical flow of real life. Having the opportunity to work with many major and independent artists along the road due to his success, he soon began to develop his own rap style which he combined with a little singing. Now after perfecting his talents, he has evolved into one of today s hottest artists in the independent game. Having been a member of Delegation car club (10 years active ) Seven expressed his point of view on today’s West Coast Lowriding Hip Hop lifestyle. In his melodic old school funk sound with a twist of that gangster pimp conversation, he represents his lifestyle and culture. Through out his career as a producer he has produced, co written, and engineered over 16 albums from start to finish, and has produced tracks and featured in over 30 albums worldwide. As an artist he has commercially released 2 full length albums written and produced by him, "7 Million Ways" 2001, and "F.A.M.E" 2009, and 2 mixtapes "Family Business" 2006, and "Public Enemy" 2010. In 2004 he toured along with fellow rapper CAZ as an opening act for Bone Thugz n Harmony, and in 2007 headlined his own tour in Japan along with fellow rapper Mr. Shadow. Seven has also been featured, and interviewed by many media outlets and magazines such as, Music Connection, Latin Rap Magazine, Wheels Magazine, Custom Lowriding Japan, Rolling Stone Japan, Dubcnn.com, Allhiphop.com, L.A.Times.com, and hiphopdx.com. Seven is currently wrapping up his 3rd solo album titled "Smooth Criminal" due to release Mid 2012 through LRT/Ingrooves. His last two singles "Get To Know U" and "Life Ain't Easy" got spins on several college and commercial radio stations across the U.S., as well as on line radio sites on the net


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