Searching for a true artist at their craft is sort of like searching for a needle in a haystack. When you do that needle somehow transforms in a diamond in the rough, but a diamond none the less. Sounds confusing but is the perfect way to describe the simply-complicated musician known as Eugenius Neutron. Only present on this earth at for 22 years, he has already accomplished many that others may still have dreams to. At the age of nine had his first live performance at a local record store concert in Birmingham, and from there journey began. Hard to imagine the distance traveled that began from square zero. From someone who’s first CD was actually recording on a karaoke machine, Eugenius is now a jack of all trades and a master of some as well. A leading pioneer in saying what’s never been said and what won’t be said.Accomplishments are only considered things of the past for Eugenius, but today it’s a lot more about what have you done than what you can do. With that said, it’s strange that in person he would car less to talk about the numerous freestyle battle competitions, including AAMU Free style Battle Hosted by SGA in 2008, the BET black college tour 2009, and a repeat in 2010. Even outside the domain of rap, he can still hold his own with any audience as proven by his victory in House Arrest 2’s Star Maker: AAMU Edition. Which rewarded he with radio play and was his seed in heavy rotation for one of his biggest hits entitled “Pass Me By”, which he directed , filmed and edited the music video for himself. The single can also be heard on his iTunes Debut Album, “The Brainstorm”, set to release on April 13, 2011.From the beginning, he has always been humble, but the humbleness disappears completely when on stage. What can you expect from some who’s been performing since the age of nine? It began with a dominant presence in Birmingham’s high school market and branch into the opening act in arena of local stars such as M.P., Birmingham Jay, Ruben Studdard and also major stars such as Bone Crusher, Rasheeda, Dem Franchise Boys, Bone Crusher, and even new comer G-Mane with his latest hit single “Dip In The Club”.Although performance is a big key to an artist success, is still doesn’t out shine the work ethic that drives Eugenius. He’s had his own label since the age of 16 and has now expanded into two, Trend Setters Incorporated originally and now the second branch, Loner Dreamer Lover Rebel, LLC. From there the creation process that includes not only music but graphic design, web design, video production, songwriter, duplication and marketing, Eugenius embodies the model of the independent artist for today’s music industry.