|State: ||North Carolina|
|Country: ||United States|
|Description: ||Solo Artist|
|Artist Type: ||Rapper
|Ethnic Background: ||African American|
|Stage Presence Level: ||Professional|
|Performance Level: ||Professional|
|Dancing Level: ||N/A|
“Never Judge a book by its cover” is a metaphorical phrase which means "you shouldn't prejudge the worth or value of something or someone, by it’s outward appearance alone. When you see him, you see a Young Handsome Man with a golden smile, soft spoken, and what most people will label as a “Pretty Boy”. But if you take deeper look into his past you will see that it’s far from “Pretty”. His lyrics are representation of his life. His Flow, Delivery and Witty street talk will make you rewind the song to recap the feeling you got when you heard it for the first time. At a time when the Hip Hop World lacks creativity with its artist and it seems that every song on the radio has the same concept this individual refuses to fall into the circle of Unoriginality. He’s more “Driven” then the I-95 interstate, and the Epitome of a wise Hustler. His name is Snyp Luciano.
Snyp (Street Narrator Young Poet) Luciano A.K.A “Lucci” Originally from the South Side Section of Jamaica Queens, New York and in his teenage years migrated to Raleigh, North Carolina. Independently creating momentum around his name with only the help from his teammates and no major labels behind him goes to show you that believing in yourself is the key for others to believe in you. After leaving his past behind and cutting off all ties with those who weren’t looking out for his best interest, in 2005 he started from scratch and dropped his first solo mix tape “Gimme Dat Beat”. Snyp kept the ball rolling with the Following mixtape in 2007 “Headcrack” where he got together with Rocafella Records own Young Chris of the “Young Gunz”. This mixtape included himself, Young Chris and Various artist. Taking a year off for promoting and traveling at his own expense, he and his team dropped another mixtape in 2009 called “The Big Bailout”. The mixtape included singles such as “What you say” and “Informer”. In 2009 Snyp decided to focus more on his solo career and dropped his first solo single “Two Sides”. The Music video For the single aired on New York Citys own Video Music Box. This left the streets wondering what else Snyp had to offer. In 2010 Snyp added on the Luciano to his name and dropped his 2nd solo mixtape “Street Chronicles” followed by his next Solo mixtape “The Wake Up Call” (2011). On These mixtapes Snyp Luciano really emphasized on his many different flows and showed why he was different from every other rapper. In Snyp Luciano’s lastest project “The Worst Nightmare” (2012) he gives you what he considers his best work today. The album consists of 14 tracks of all original material, and features Chevy Woods of Wiz Khalifa’s “Taylor Gang” and Layzie Bone of (Bone Thugs N Harmony). Snyp proves to everyone that he can hold his own on songs with some of the industries hottest artist. With no sign of stopping Snyp continues to advance and perfect his craft. Expanding his fan base there is no telling what is to come next from Snyp Luciano.
“Trials and Tribulations are apart of life that you can either become a victim of or you can overcome it, and it can simply make you stronger”. Snyp Luciano Says.