Born July 8, 1988 into a broken home where drugs and alcohol ruled, and where he was abused, abandoned, and thrown to the dogs, 3-Fold; aka Kharma; aka Dahc (Doc); aka Skitzo lived a fucked lif as alot of peeps do. He started revolving his life around music around 12 when he started playing jazz on the tenor sax. He found hip-hop at the age of 15, and shit ain't been the same since. Using his anger, mental ailments, and his surroundings, Tre-Fold comes to the table with a plate of new food fer ya ears. His new track "The Rhythm" speaks for itself. "Will Ya" is fer all of the emcees breakin they back fer the game while the game stays the same. And "We All Equal" is about racism, and discrimination thats seen and fealt by more people than admitted. Although some of his music has its dark side, he prefers to call it soulful. Enjoy the music
I have done one live set in regina. More to come soon.
My musical influences include everything I hear as far as music goes, such as Nas, Jay-z, Eminem, Common, Lupe Fiasco, Kanye West, Talib Kwali, The Roots
and many many more. I am also greatly influenced by my own childhood, my surroundings, current events, and much more.
A Toshiba laptop, Cooledit Pro, and a cheap Wal-mart Mic.
Shout out to my Dad and Mom, love ya lots. Shout out to my Gramma Vi and Gramma M who strengthen and protect from beyond the grave, RIP. Much love to my 3 sisters, and the rest of my family who have been there for me when I needed them most.