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Wydeframe cites as main artistic influences such legends of the mic as Pimp C., the Notorious B.I.G., Tupac Shakur, Scarface, and Bun B. His own style draws from both the East Coast and Dirty South hip-hop scenes, but with his own, cutting-edge style. This style is aggressive, rolling, and characterized by unusually sharp articulation, marked by turns of phrase that cut corners on two wheels. His arresting performance on “Live Young, Die Rich” is further bolstered by the razor-sharp production style which is indicative of the high quality that has made Relentless Hustler Ent. a name to watch in recent years.
Asked to comment on his new single, Wydeframe states, “'Live Young, Die Rich' shares with my listeners a Relentless Hustler's ambition to enjoy life now, stay young, and work hard to die rich.”

Wydeframe was born 1987 as Christopher Kesee in Vernon, Texas. In addition to hip hop he has a background in country and pop music. He released his debut mixtape, “Dollaz Over All,” in 2014 to widespread critical and fan acclaim. He is the author and performer of other such popular hip-hop singles as “Reprezent,” “Focused,” “Straight Heat,” and “Loud Pack,” all of which have been published under the Relentless Hustler umbrella.  He has performed in groups such as CrossTown and Texas Strife, and appeared in contests such as Klassic Cypher, in which he placed in their top 24, and YouTube's Problamo contest, which crowned him their winner.

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