Fayetteville: An Influential Experience

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I was born in Germany which is an unusual place for an african-american rapper to be born, however I was brought up in Fayetteville, North Carolina. Growing up it Fayetteville was quite the influential experience. After the divorce of my parents I lived in a trailer park with my mother. The time I spent living in the trailer park was a time I will never forget. I worried for my mother being home alone and never trusted my neighbors. After fifth grade was a turning point in my life. My mother and I had moved to a much nicer house where I did not have to share my room. Due to my half-black, half-white skin tone, I was able to experience life from different perspectives. Essentially I could fit in with both races. This has influenced my music

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