Arbil was born in Kansas City Missouri but grew up in Compton, California. Arbil worked for Motown Records under Hazel and Jermaine Jackson. He was the hair dresser for the group "SWITCH" from 1979-1983
Through the years he acted in several major movies such as "The Mambo Kings", "Riot" and "The Replacement Killers" also plays like "South on South Central" and has even written a book titled "The Audition"
In 2008 Arbil released his debut album entitled “Love Me” that was produced by Michael Mann in Los Angeles, CA. In 2013 Arbil covered Marvin Gaye's "Sexual Healing" Video. Later released the Offical "Love Me" Video. In 2015 Arbil released his first EP "The Truth" following up with the single "Do me like that" and the video. Arbil is an active member at St. Paul Evangelical Lutheran