About Lack Of Flaws
Lack of Flaws has proven that hard work pays. And it pays well.
Born in 1987 and raised on Detroit's westside in a duplex apartment with his single parent mother. Lack of Flaws first started out in rap group Da Blockburnaz with his best friend "Dizzy”. The duo would run up phone bills calling major labels and rapping verses on A&R’s voicemails. Lack of Flaws credits a neighbor with the day that changed everything for the rapper.
His neighbor informed his mother of his drug dealing activities and in mid 2005 LOF took to music as his primary focus. Insert producer/songwriter IsVintage. Is' gritty production fit right at home with the sound the Flaw heard for his group. IsVintage would go on to produce several records for Chris Brown, David Guetta and Mario.
In 2007 LOF moved to Minnesota executive producing and recording 2 original songs for a
College's Holiday Album. He oversaw all aspects of creating the album. Including partnerships with Macy's and Whole Foods where the album was sold. The popularity of his song "Whatever The Name Is" would lead to a performance at The Mall of America in 2007.
Next he turned his sights on Los Angeles moving there in the winter of 2008. Who knew taking a creative position would lead Lack of Flaws to interact with the highest ranking executives in Music and Film. During this time Lack of Flaws was honing his craft and debut release.
In 2010, Lack of Flaws released a tribute song called "Return of the B-Boy" to commemorate the 15 Year Anniversary of "Ready to Die" by The Notorious BIG through an exclusive partnership with Amazon. In 2012 a promo single "Right Now" peaked at number 87 on the urban charts.
“Everything has been leading up to ‘Gemini’ (debut album). I always understood the importance of the first album. I’m glad I waited.” LOF said after soundchecking for his upcoming promo performances.