Twenty-four-year-old Blytheville native, Chester Jackson b egan playing the field writing and delivering lines at a young age. He was born in St. Louis, but his family moved to Blytheville when he was 8 or 9 years old.
Rapping was something I always wanted to do. As a child, me and my Uncle would always sit at my Grandma's house and write raps and just save them," he said. "We had a shoe box full of raps, and when our friends came over, we always pull the shoe box out and let our fr iends listen to what we wrote," he said.
Today, this lyricist has found his niche of ultimate "success" as a master penman for cranking out the vocab.