1 of 7 children Born and raised throughout Northern Virginia. The Proclaimed “Voice of the broken Children” whom once performed under the Moniker “Dee Gunnz” now Ãl.knyght started it all at the age of 16 with a 20 dollar mic hanging in the closet some wire and a stockings for a pop filter and was set. he went on to record several mixtapes right there at his home where he would hone in on his Home recording abilities with limited resources. in March of 2017 he released an EP “ PS: 118” a very Boom-bap , double flow , record scratch heavy project that spawned one of his most revered projects which also had an ending that was a foreshadow to what was to come the next year which was the latest and most successful project “Birds II: Midnite Society”
What inspires you to make music?
The feeling i get when i openly express myself with my creation and exceed my own expectations. When i see other people hear it and i see them feel what i feel or connecting. Or , simply just a bobbing of the head cause i put together a cohesive tune. i love music , i love words and patterns , i can y’all about it all day.
Tell us about this project?
this is an adaptation to a precious project i put together a few years ago “birds” .
which was a creative , dark , brooding and heartfelt project. But this one which took years to finalize just goes deeper. I attempted my hand at being more melodic , strengthening my songwriting ability not just rap verses , song structures and theme. i’m a 90’s kids to the core and there’s 90’s influences all throughout the project and all of my music.
Who were your musical inspirations growing up?
Lauryn Hill , Michael Jackson , Tupac , Lil wayne ?, Dru Hill , 50 Cent , Wale , J.Cole. Rare Essence ,T-Pain.
Are You Working On Any New Projects?
Yes i’m finishing up an EP called ”Ahzy Park “Due later this year
How long have you been creating music?
started recording over popular beats back in 2009 starting taking it serious around december 2013
Do you want to say anything to the people who support your music?
That i appreciate them and, i love them Dearly.
there’s a lot more in store for us so we can only keep going up from here.