|Hometown||Ballston Spa, NY|
|Genres||Hip_Hop, Rap/Gangsta Rap|
|# Years Experience Performing Live:||4|
|# Live Perfomances Past Six-months:||23|
|Market Draw:||Male/Female: 0-30|
|Venue History:||Times Union Center (formerly the Pepsi Arena) - Albany, NY; Northern Lights - Clifton Park, NY; Club Illusions - Schenectedy , NY; Putnam Den - Saratoga Springs, NY; Washington Avenue Armory - Albany, NY; Nectar's - Burlington, VT|
|Opener Experience:||Rick Ross, Ace Hood, Roscoe Dash, Snoop Dogg, Chris Webby, Jim Jones, Joe Budden, Slaughterhouse, Yung Berg,|
|Performing Rights Society:||ASCAP|
|Discography:||New York Breeze EP—2012; Strictly For Everybody EP—2011|
Only weeks after, Austin collaborated with Young Money’s Lil Chuckee in the creation of their hit music video “Champion” which debuted on Fox Sports Network in front of 47 million viewers Fall 2011 ( http://news.yahoo.com/first-step-hip-hop-fight-world-merger-040012302.html ) He was chosen to headline on a boxing tour co-signed by boxing legend Evander Holyfield. Austin brought great energy to the stops and displayed great crowd control. Since then his music has been aired on numerous radio stations and he has shared the stage with todays top artists such as, Rick Ross, Ace Hood, Snoop Dogg, Roscoe Dash, Joe Budden, Yung Berg, Chris Webby, and more.
Today, Austin continues to devote his time to his love of music—constantly writing new songs and creating new music for his fast growing fan base. After the release of his last mixtape, New York Breeze, Austin’s music career looks promising. In its first week over 10,000 fans viewed and downloaded the mixtape. With his relentless work ethic and strong faith, Austin is on his way to achieving his dream—leaving a lasting impact on his generation through music.