As a family life instructor in Central Virginia and youth director at a church, Rep realized something. Music was a huge part of the lives of the youth that he interacted with daily. The problem was that the music that was out there wasn't encouraging and building up those young listeners. That was when he started rapping and soon began to build up a following with his mixtapes. Something was missing though. While he had Jesus anthems and trap songs that got the audiences hype, he realized that he wanted to bring people deeper into the issues that were being faced around the world. So, he became labeled a storyteller and social conscience artist. Now, he has worked as a feature on tracks with producers and artists in the US, Sweden, England, and more. He's been on compilations, mixtapes, radio stations, and even has two books out. Rep's message.... What good is a light in a well-lit room? We need to bring light to the dark till the dirt.