L Da Vice is a fiery Rap Artist. There is little he will not talk about. And on any given day can decide that he wants to sit down write the next greatest piece. A very sharp tounge. Seemingly "Battle-Scarred" in the way he constructs his music. He is quite somber and melancholy in some of his songs. And on others L Da Vice bombards the listener with a rapid-fire rhyme scheme that is almost difficult to keep up with. Legible and understandable. But floors the listener with surprise given the fact he is so controversial.
L began writing lyrics in 2004 (14 years old) to Independently mixed instrumentals that he found on sites like Soundclick and Youtube (to no avail). And he wasn’t convinced he truly had it in him until he sat down and re-wrote “Young Black Male” by 2Pac. And named it “Young Cracka Jack” written in a way to emulate 2pacs rhyme scheme. Like a rendition. It was not a commercial success by any means. Though it served him like a crutch when he needed the confidence the most. He admits it is a great feeling to have the ability to write as good if not better than a Multi-Platinum artist.
There aren't many on this planet that can take an instrumental and create a legitimate song; Every single time. And the ones that do...are forever blessed with wealth and fortune.
"Don't let the success of your peers become the death of You." -L Da Vice