Hailing from Montreal’s Little Burgundy, Fame grew up on the sounds of Bone Thugz-n-Harmony and Kriss Kross, later getting into the harder sounds of Jay-Z. His expressive and emotive style comes from his desire to rap about the world around him, and the people that are close to him. “I rap about life,” he says. “The things that happen to me, the things that happen to other people. I like to talk about stuff I can relate to.” Although already an accomplished artist who has toured across Canada, he is constantly seeking ways to push his music to another level. “I like to experiment. None of my records sound the same.” Having hooked up with Hustle Cartel off the buzz of his self-produced mix tape, Fame is on the verge of breaking out as Canada’s next huge name in rap. “On my next project, I’ve really found myself. When people ask who Fame is, that record will show them who I am.”
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