Being born and raised in the city of El Monte, California, Urban Kings Music Group Artist Fiesty 2 Guns lived in a low income neighborhood. Growing up in a neighborhood full of poverty, is hard to be given the chance of a normal childhood. Fiesty started making music about the time he was 13 years old. He would freestyle and perform at house parties and neighborhood events. While always in the streets with his friends, he received a karaoke machine as a gift, he started rapping over instrumental beats, buying blank tapes, and distributing his music throughout his entire neighborhood and soon the whole city was playing his tapes. Through music and a mutual friend, Fiesty met another aspiring rapper named Midget Loco.
Fiesty and Midget got along well and decided to collaborate on a few songs. They both made an agreement that if either became successful in the music business, they would help out the other. Fiesty continued to make music independently and was creating a name for himself in the music business. Fiesty started getting attention from many independent record labels, but chose to work with a record label that was started by Rocky Padilla, who at that time was signed to Thump Records. Soon, Fiesty was making records for the RPG imprint and many other artists were noticing that Fiesty is a very talented artist. While working with RPG records, Fiesty and Midget had crossed paths again and Midget told Fiesty that a super group was about to form and the name was “Charlie Row Campo“. Midget introduced Fiesty to the Charlie Row Members and became a Charlie Row member himself.
Charlie Row Campo was a new group that was formed and signed a deal with Urban Kings Music Group. From joining the Campo, Fiesty has featured on most of the Charlie Row Campo albums, and in 2011, he released a mixtape “Talking Guns” which his fans been asking for, and they requested it through his record label as well. Talking Guns was a great CD and displayed his lyrical ability, wordplay and rhyme patterns and the fans were anticipating the release of his first solo album even more. In Fall, 2011, Fiesty 2 Guns released his very highly anticipated solo album “Street Scriptures” which was also promoted by the music video “What I Dream Of”. Fiesty 2 Guns then released his sophomore album under his record label, the Urban Kings Music Group, called “Bring It Home“. He is currently working on the upcoming Charlie Row Campo album and his third solo studio album!
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