Romeo, Oh Romeo, why are you Romeo? Don’t get it twisted this is not your typical “ten-year old boy!” Romeo Sheppard is keenly aware of his social/personal environment; and consequently decided to make the best out of what some may call a “bad” situation. So this “socially-conscious” or better yet “street-smart” adolescent decided to put a youthful spin on hip-hop music; this emergence produced “Foe-Three Romeo.” He is an energetic, bold, outspoken, and unsurprisingly fearless young man who has seemingly found his niche (or one of them at least). Romeo has been actively working on his first mixtape “Detention Center Muzik” for slightly over a year… and his hard work (under the mentorship of Mr. Foe-Three Whitey) has finally come into fruition. His rapping-style is incomparable to any of his peers in the pursuit hip-hop stardom. Once you have heard him, you will be saying: “Romeo, OH Romeo, where have you been Romeo???
Romeo is being raised his mother and father, who passionately support his musical endeavors; not because of a possible financial gain but because they realize their child’s dream should not be stagnated. Romeo, has had some problematic situations that faintly interfered with his education, however he quickly realized that he could channel his energy into something more positive! In an effort to help steer Romeo in the right direction, Mr. Foe-Three Whitey agreed to take him under his mentorship as long Romeo agreed to do better in school academically and behaviorally! Romeo has kept it “100” and did all of the above while consistently composing rhythmic lyrics for his mixtape.
Outside of rapping, Romeo also enjoys playing basketball (and is quite talented within the sport), and listening to other Hip-Hop artist like 2chainz & Webbie – because of their “real-life” depictions of growing-up, surviving, and making it out of the “hood.” Romeo may be young, but he knows quite well that within anything a plan must be in place… so he has planned not to be simply Romeo but “Foe-Three Romeo” letting us know that “good things do come from “bad” places… “Detention Center Muzik” coming to a hood near