Andrew Michael Parks, better known by his stage name Drew32, is a Greek-American rapper, record producer, and songwriter. Drew32 began producing, rapping, writing, and recording music at age 13, and first gained some national notoriety when his music video “Beyond Me” was added to FuseTV and Comcast OnDemand in early 2010. He is also known for performances at various concerts in Michigan and at national events including the Sundance Film Festival in Park City, Utah, and the SXSW Music Conference in Austin, Texas. Drew32 has performed shows with J. Cole, Gym Class Heroes, The New Boyz, Kirko Bangz, Travis Porter, Royce Da 5’9″, and more. In 2012, Drew32 was one of 18 artists in the United States selected by Billboard magazine to compete in the 2012 Billboard Music Awards Battle of the Bands competition. Several sources have identified Drew32 as an up and coming artist including an August 2011 feature article on MTV Rapfix that indicated “Detroit rapper and producer Drew32 is up next”. In a fall 2012 article, Ambassador Magazine called Drew32 “Detroit’s next big thing”. Drew32 recently released a mixtape with DJ Skee entitled, “Label Me”, which featured tracks with Jon Connor, Royce Da 5’9″, and Shorty Da Prince (of BET 106 & Park). One of the fan favorites from “Label Me” was the track “I Am King” featuring Jon Connor, which is currently getting airplay on Sirius XM Shade 45. The music video for “I Am King” is on VEVO, distributed through Empire Distribution.