Mr. Wickit was born Abdul Sterling, November 17, 1977.
At the age of 14, he began rapping and combining himself with various versatile styles, being able to do things other kids his age could not do. Being a lyricist for Mr. Wickit was like going to sleep, too easy. His mother Brenda Sterling and second mother Michelle Winters (R.I.P.) told him not to give up and his dreams would come true. At the age of 18, he met Gotti who began managing him under Durdee S.O.U.P.H. Promotions and Management.
Gotti left Durdee S.O.U.P.H. in 1997 and along with his cousin Brooks formed DEEP S.O.U.P.H. Entertainment, Inc. Mr. Wickit became the first artist on the label. It was now time for the streets to feel a 6 year veteran. He began working on his debut album, "Ballaz Reality." Featured on the album were various DEEP S.O.U.P.H. artist: Young Swift of 256 (his little brother), De Lo of 256, Lil' Bellé (his cousin) and other artist from around Alabama. "Ballaz Reality" was released in 1999 and was Ghetto Gold. Mr. Wickit was also featured on the album "Lil' Bellé - Ya Neighborhood Superstar."
Mr. Wickit's second album "The Life of a Don" was released June 11, 2002. The album consist of 17 straight hits and features various artist. It will hit the world like Armageddon, setting the planet to flames. Mr. Wickit combined with DEEP S.O.U.P.H. Productions to produce this album to give it a more personal touch. His motto is, "I am but a man, how much can I please da World."