Embessy was born and raised in Silver Spring Maryland by his biological parents; both of Mexican heritage, His father is an embassy employee and avid art collector who had a major influence on his early life. He began writing songs in high school alongside a production team he had put together, before later parting from the group due to indifferences. Upon graduating High school, Embessy moved to New York City where he briefly attended The School Of Visual Arts for one semester before dropping out and focusing on building his career. That same year Embessy spend much of his time behind the scenes working with major label and independent recording artists as a songwriter and on production for their upcoming albums and projects. He is credited with songs for Kesha and Katy Perry. Later reveling in a 2011 interview with WWS Magazine his demos did not make final placements on eithers albums.
Upon traveling abroad throughout the Us and Europe Embessy began to feel an urge to step out from behind the scenes and take on a project of his own, granting himself the opportunity to expand as an artist rather than just strictly a name behind the projects of other people.
In April 2012 Embessy released a self-funded musical short film titled “Moments” followed by a free soundtrack album to accompany the release of the film. He credits the film as “An experimental phase” despite the film receiving a substantial number of strong reviews. Embessy is currently working on a debut urban pop/dance album and various music videos to accompany the release of his new singles.
In May 2012 Embessy was offered a disclosed deal by EMI, but currently still remains independent. In a recent on air interview with UK radio station Westside Radio he stated “I want to explore a few more options before I commit to anything, but a deal of some sort is definitely in the picture as soon as I feel ready.” He is currently working on his debut album "Villa De Bam"