Detroit, Mi, United States
“I would describe my style as a sinister/jokester…the Freddy Kruger of Hip-hop.”
Detroit, home of Motown Records, is a city that has a rich musical history with the success of legendary icons such as: Anita Baker, Diana Ross, Fred Hammond, Xzibit, and Eminem. It is also home to one of the most creative, emerging hip-hop artists and perhaps the next superstar, Ace Mirrorman.
The East Detroit-native developed his lyrical skills during high school. Initially, freestyle rapping was just a means to past time for the young lyricist but he became serious about pursuing music after he recorded his first song, “Bad Boy” during his junior year. He's built a stellar reputation throughout the years for embedding wisdom and thought-provoking punch lines laced over top-quality production. "My outlook on life sets me apart from other Emcees. My values are my own so it's hard to stomp me… I'm a true individual, in a game full of hate... I stand for my own truth,” he said.