About L.A.rry L.A.vell
Growing up, His brother, DIDDY2G, was a die-hard Tupac Shakur fan. He was constantly recording his songs onto cassette tapes when hearing it on the radio. This is where he developed his love for music. Growing up, L.Arry listened to Tupac, TLC, Boyz II Men, Comptons Most Wanted, Ice Cube, Mack 10, Snoop Dogg and other various artists. At age 14, after writing rhymes for fun since the age of 8, L.A.rry decided he wanted to be a rapper. “I would love for the world to hear my voice, my passions, my pains, and my pleasures. Im sure someone is going through what I am going through, and I want to reach them.” Even though his rhymes were airtight at his young age, he had trouble finding a producer. “As I was reaching out to producers to work with, they laughed and took me as a joke because I was so young. So I decided to learn how to produce myself.”
At age 16, L.A.rry L.A.vell began producing his own music. Now, at the matured age of 21, L.A.rry L.A.vell is the most underrated multi talented phenomenon in the music industry today. Lyrics, with punch lines for days, a singing voice to serenade the ladies, production to shoot any artists single straight to the top, and the soul of a veteran in the music game, he is a forced to be reckoned with and is not to be overlooked. “I never gave up, and I eventually discovered all of the talents God has blessed me with. Im thankful to have my family support, and the few fans that I have that have believed since day one.” Also he is part of a production group with long time friend and fellow producer and G.Q.P CEO, Yung Swagg, called Quadrant 4OUR.
Upcoming projects for L.A.rry L.A.vell, his producer mixtape, “L.A.vell On The Track. Vol. 2", has a drop date of Febuary 2, 2013, & it displays his talents all at once as he produces for other artists and himself. He has the first Vol.1 available for download now. His official mixtape "Twenty-One" will be released March 26th 2012, which is completed produced by him. He has lead singles "Rydin Round (In My City)" Feat. FeeLGooD, "Burn The Club Down" Feat. Stylz (Available On iTunes), & Just Us circulating in the streets right now. Production Credits include Lars Young, KG, Breeze Illinois, Denali West, Raphael FeelGood, Wonzo Villiano, Raynell Prince, Jaye Cooley & Himself.