From a very early age - earlier than he can remember - Connor has been singing. Before school, before friends, before books, there was always music. As he got older, his taste changed from genre to genre. Going from country to pop to punk to metal to alternative and then to indie. In the eighth grade, Connor was finally introduced to hip hop, ending a deep, 2 year-long musical stagnancy and depression. He hit the ground running, soaking up flow after flow and verse after verse and rhyme after rhyme, memorizing and learning and adapting until he discovered that he loved the hooks and melodies more than the songs. Investigating further, looking up the singers he heard on his favorite MCs' songs, he discovered the genre that would come to finally capture his heart; Rhythm and Blues (R&B).
Now, with his school days behind him and a whole life ahead of him, he sets out - with the help of his label StahMeNah Records and mentor, Garreth “StahMeNah” Warren – to make a name for himself among those of the people whose songs he has been reciting and studying to become an icon, a role model, and a legend.