DMV artist, producer, and engineer Nate Slackz was raised listening to Gospel and RnB. Around 9, he wrote his first rap song and was hooked ever since. Musical influences such as Jodeci, Michael Jackson, Usher, Whitney Houston, Silk, Fred Hammond, Kirk Franklin, Babyface, etc really molded him into the artist he is. He runs a studio in Washington DC named "The Sax House." Named after his Aunt Saxon who passed away from cancer a year before he opened. His ultimate goal is to inspire those who have been through dark times and doubt to be great. Regardless of any obstacles. You can and will win.