During his early youth growing up in Southern Louisiana music has always been a bridge and way of audible exploration into the different takes on life’s twists and turns. It’s crazy but growing up in a house hold of five for much of his childhood under strict guidelines, rap music was not really condoned by his mother which tried her best to keep his ears free of the hip-hop movement.
From the deep and explicit tales of growing up in low income communities, finding fellowship among brethren, and focus on many of the hardships and harrowing tales of growing up in poverty induced in the lyrical content it isn’t hard to understand her reasoning. For right outside our door we too were faced with some of those same hardships.
Even still artist like Tupac Shakur, Nas, Bone Thugs & Harmony, K-Rino, and Scarface all had that special something that resonated deep. These poetic, emotion filled thoughts, and poignant delivery of each lyric was all it took to make Nune (Noon) a serious Hip-hop fan.
Over time and as years went by he too began jotting down his thoughts being expressive in his own search within himself. What was always done in a place of peace, who knew that his music would one day resonate through the ears of others as his Peers did before him.
Nune, which is his family nick name, derived from the fact that he was born 25 minutes past Noon on May 3rd. If you search his horoscope you will see and read what very much describes his personality. Quiet and willful in nature, full of peace, loyal to the core, and invoked with the inner strength of the bull that represents his “Taurus” Constellation.
Mr. Propane, his alias, derived from one of the songs he composed which will debut on his upcoming album “Intervention”. It symbolizes the inner pressure constantly building within, once exposed to the Heat of the moment, set to explode. This explosion comes in the form of Lyrical Substance.
Nune aka Mr. Propane is on radio rotation with the track “If I Try” ft. SooSmooth.