About DaT mCeEpoEt
"ii can't help that I'm a fus
readii t0 electricute & stress t0
wh0 ii am...ii am tha TRUTH!!!
Poetry is an art form taken on by many passionate pursuers, but none as passionate and truthful as the rare gifts Fallon L. Taylor-Gray (DaT mCeEpoEt) expresses through her SpokenWord. Introduced to the world August 15, 1983 in the state of Indiana, she was relocated to New York City only days later. Drive, environment, and inspiration all embody her first published debut, "My Side". These aspects are not only manifested in her first published works, but shine through guiding her as a poet and a SpokenWord performing artist.
Living in New York City for eighteen years, mCeEpoEt was exposed to different forms of artistry. As a student at The Performing Arts JHS 113 (Ronald Edmonds Learning Center) she mastered all areas of stage presence in the drama/theatre division. At the age of sixteen, she transferred her on stage experience straight to the runway as a Barbizon Model. Working her way through Paul Robeson High School of Business and Technology, as a business major, she encountered musical arts as an intern at Motown Records..
Inspiration is a guiding force for both the old and young alike, and can come from numerous points in life. mCeEpoEt's firm belief that any and every situation good or bad can inspire has formed such controversial pieces as "A Saved Non-Believer" and "What's in a name". Seeking to reaffirm her desire. Past experiences, music, emotion, and the world is her muse, giving her ink to forever mark the timelines with her side..
"My Side" is the title for her literary debut released December 2003. Copies of the book can be purchased Online through "Dorrance Publishing", "Amazon.com", "Yahoo Shop" and "Target". poEt's instinctive drive and open minded outlook are the fuel that impassions this published treasure. Live performances throughout the Midwest region convey to thousands of listeners, with impact, the meaning behind the name. mCeEpoEt came face to face with her audience, live at the 2004 Indiana Black Expo, opened for Petey Pablo at the Murat, headlined at Club Escalade, Claude & Annies and has been numerously called upon by underground venues such as club SPIN, Tip Top, Carribben Village, Lotus,Cloud 9, The Walker Theatre & Indianapolis premier tea cafe "Teas Me". She has graced the pages of Scoop, the Nuvo, and Amps magazine (Expo Edition) as the break out artist so many need to know about. Bruce George of Def Poetry Jam praised her expression as adjectively vivid, making mCeEpoEt a featured artist for the website, and later enhancing her publicity by featuring her permanently in the Classifieds. Other Websites that feature mCeEpoEt as a Premier Artist are "Spoken Word World" and Hot 96.3 FM. The art form of her Spoken word calls all diversities found within American communities to mass unity & that's just what this radical poEt is doing. From the midwest to Atlanta, catching the eye of "The New Face Of Rocawear", HoodHard's DJ Aaries. mCeEpoEt's strive to be the artist that sets the pace for individuality, self-love, and true freedom of mind, body, and soul encompass her as that artist and uniquely sets her apart..
Currently mCeEpoEt can be found between the Midwest & down south's Atlanta echoing "My Side" to her fans and influences, yielding her charismatic efforts to the Spoken word community. Her demeanor and message now commit harmony as much as each loc on her head that has been manicured through time by her pen...
Connection, commitment, and courageousness are the dynamics found within her early environment, past and current inspiration, and her drive as a poet and a radical SpokenWord artist. These are the forces that mCeEpoEt vows to bring to each ear. As poetry becomes more and more influential, "My Side", as told by Fallon L. Taylor-Gray (DaT mCeEpoEt) will be there setting the pace through her world of expression..
QUOTE: "Fallon is one of the few MC's that can tight rope between SpokenWord and Rap (SpokenRap). She's lyrically precocious. -Bruce George Co-Founder of Def Poetry Jam