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AJ “A’Vyzion” Wheeler is a recording artist, producer and multi-faceted entertainer. Born in Gary, Indiana on July 8, 1987, A’Vyzion is the son of Letoya Wheeler and Gary Tucker Jr., His father now deceased was African American, a native of Gary, Indiana and his mother is African American a native of Chicago, Illinois who grew up in Gary, Indiana. A’Vyzion’s interest in performing began at an early age. From listening to the music played in his home as a child, he gained an appreciation and understanding for music that would later influence the sound he would create in years to come. A'vyzion started writing in the 8th grade, at first he would only write to express himself. After getting doubted when revealing his dreams and goals he decided to get serious about his craft and started practicing to improve his writing skills. After getting better he would be discovered singing one of his songs while walking down the street in Leander, Texas by Mr. Billy Cummings of Better Believe Productions. After recording a few songs in Billy's studio, it made A'vyzion even hungrier to make it and get signed. So he decided to start building his own studio. A’Vyzion released his first mixtape in 2008. After being told by 7 different labels he had talent but, needed to get a bigger fan base. He decided to move to the city when he moved to Cheyenne, Wyoming. Everything would change from this point. Not only would he become more determined but, he would start working with major producer Junofficial, who’s worked with Ray J and also signed artist Chris Ray and others like him. He raps and sings about the good and bad things in life. Thanks to his versatility, he is sure to be the next chart topper on urban radio. A’Vyzion is reaching great heights and he continues to create and dominate the local scene. As A’Vyzion says," Victory is only for those who are ready to retire. Success is for people who can’t stop seeing. It’s about the experience and I’m constantly evolving. Just wait and see what’s next!"AJ “A’Vyzion” Wheeler is a recording artist, producer and multi-faceted entertainer. Born in Gary, Indiana on July 8, 1987, A’Vyzion is the son of Letoya Wheeler and Gary Tucker Jr., His father now deceased was African American, a native of Gary, Indiana and his mother is African American a native of Chicago, Illinois who grew up in Gary, Indiana. A’Vyzion’s interest in performing began at an early age. From listening to the music played in his home as a child, he gained an appreciation and understanding for music that would later influence the sound he would create in years to come. A'vyzion started writing in the 8th grade, at first he would only write to express himself. After getting doubted when revealing his dreams and goals he decided to get serious about his craft and started practicing to improve his writing skills. After getting better he would be discovered singing one of his songs while walking down the street in Leander, Texas by Mr. Billy Cummings of Better Believe Productions. After recording a few songs in Billy's studio, it made A'vyzion even hungrier to make it and get signed. So he decided to start building his own studio. A’Vyzion released his first mixtape in 2008. After being told by 7 different labels he had talent but, needed to get a bigger fan base. He decided to move to the city when he moved to Cheyenne, Wyoming. Everything would change from this point. Not only would he become more determined but, he would start working with major producer Junofficial, who’s worked with Ray J and also signed artist Chris Ray and others like him. He raps and sings about the good and bad things in life. Thanks to his versatility, he is sure to be the next chart topper on urban radio. A’Vyzion is reaching great heights and he continues to create and dominate the local scene. As A’Vyzion says," Victory is only for those who are ready to retire. Success is for people who can’t stop seeing. It’s about the experience and I’m constantly evolving. Just wait and see what’s next!"

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