Claude Levi-Strauss once said “The wise man doesn’t give the right answers, he poses the right questions,” and for Louisiana artist Adam Wise, posing the right questions leads to a path of enlightenment. From his early days of growing up in the small rural town of Eunice, a young Adam started writing creative stories and amateur raps as entertainment whenever an audience presented itself.
Amidst the struggles of being poor and shuffling between the homes of his divorced parents, he found solace in writing and his father would encourage his penchant to write.
Music became a sedative and a way for life's perils to play themselves out. Freestyle cyphers were playground fodder that cultivated his adeptness to spit the random thoughts into seeds of conscientious flow as he immersed himself into his own discovery of self-expression. Some of his earliest inspirations came from artists such as Outkast and Eminem. And with strong southern roots, Lil Wayne, Z-Ro, and Chamillionaire inspired his obsession for music; but it wasn't until a friend played him a Black Star album that he started understanding the true power in hip hop. "Becoming a fan of Talib Kweli and Mos Def I feel like gave me that REAL Hip-hop influence.” He explains. (read full bio here)
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