Biography

About Versatile Traxx

V.T.’s  incredible hustle makes it not surprising that he’s become the ‘producer of choice’ for many of Atlanta’s and the Nation’s Hottest Next Generation of Stars in Hip Hop and R&B including K Camp (“Supremes” and “Toot My Own Horn” with Young Lyxx).

Versatile Traxx, his moniker, doesn’t begin to describe the enormous talent of the laid-back, yet confident and fast-rising Atlanta-based producer. One of his produced tracks (“Put Dat Ona Stack” by Dem County Boyz) went #1 in Hip Hop on Soundclick.com, while Versatile Traxx simultaneously held down 10 of the Top-100 spots on Soundclick.com out of over 2-Million tracks.

His hustle was evidenced on his very first day in Atlanta.  Having just graduated from college in the Summer, he drove to the ‘A’, bags and Business Degree still unpacked in the trunk of his car — but Traxx didn’t drive first to his house to unpack, or so he could post his resume for jobs onMonster.com.  Instead, he headed straight to a beat battle at Club Miami, an A-Town hotspot known for tough competition and impromptu performances by hip-hop star artists like Soulja Boy who show up to perform. Just three hours after arriving in Hotlanta, Versatile Traxx came out of Club Miami crowned an Atlanta Beat Battle Champion.  Now he could unpack.

Versatile Traxx developed his music & entertainment bug at the age of 3, playing the drums.  By age 13 he was starring (singing & acting) at the World-Renowned Guthrie Theatre’s productions of Langston Hughes’ Black Nativity & Darker Face of the Earth by Pulitzer Prize Winner & Playwright, Rita Dove. The Guthrie has spawned the careers of great actors like Val Kilmer (Top Gun; Déjà Vu).  Later, he would attend the same performing arts high school as several members of R&B Legendary Group, Mint Condition.