My name's Anthony Brown, I’m 26 years old, and I’m an aspiring rapper/songwriter. I was born on November 24, 1986 in Milan, Tennessee. I’ve been involved with rap music for about 11 years now. At first I just listened to rap music, some of my early influences were Bone Thugs N Harmony, Tupac, LL Cool J, and Beastie Boys. Of course I was so young at that time that I really didn’t understand everything about it, but as time passed, the more I caught on. I started listening to Tupac the same year he was killed and wasn’t able to listen to his earlier works so “R U Still Down” was one of my favorite albums growing up. Then I started writing my own songs when I was in Sixth grade. I never had access to beats, come to think of it; I never cared about having a beat. The biggest majority of my rapping was strictly acapella until my sophomore year in high school when a friend of mine hooked me up with a beat one of his friends had made, which would ultimately spark the beginning of my now well known persona and stage name “H2”. The beat basically sounded like a take off of the score to one of the “Halloween” movies, I just liked the name and everyone seemed to as well. A whole lot of people end up asking me what it means...which it actually means the highest and lowest extremes like Heaven and Hell. I just always push everything I do to the limit. I had used that name for such a long time that I decided to make it more marketable by turning it into a phrase, so now it's "It'sYaBoiH2". Plus every profile page I have, that's what I go by so why not just make it more accessible. I’m also at the moment developing my own label titled “Flatliner Music” that will consist of a variety of lyricists and producers with different sounds and vast creativity when it comes to their music. In a few words I can say that I'm merging the lines of dirty south beats and strong lyrical content, massive energy with expressive ideas, and an incredible work ethic. I'm extremely versatile and I like to dabble into all different kinds of genres and sounds as well. I want to make music my career, and if not completely ready, with the right guidance I feel I can be in that position in no time at all. So, I hope you enjoy the music I’m bringing to the table, and I hope it inspires you in some way.