The Detroit native is known as Solo E proudly wears the triple threat title of “Producer/Singer/Rapper”. From listening to the uplifting tunes of Kirk Franklin to the smooth velvety sounds of Smokie Norful, the artist learned to use his roots to grow and to bring into fruition his unexampled sound.
Growing up in a Christian household on the west side of Detroit, attending the Church of God in Christ every Sunday, singing on the church choir, and rapping in his grandparents’ basement cultivated the multi-faceted artist’s skill and ability. He learned to sing with the soul, passion, and zest that is often prevalent and admired in African American churches. Known as one to march to the beat of his own drum and to possess a tenacious love of the arts, the gifted singer has often labeled himse