An entertainer since his early years as a child, Virginia indigenous Alex Boyd had his lifestyle changed in multiple methods when he was accepted into Washington, D.C.’s Duke Ellington College from the Arts. While getting classical vocal schooling, he was subjected to contemporary R&B and rap — two advancements that performed significant elements in his potential like a performer and documenting artist. A scholarship or grant to wait Michigan’s Interlochen Arts Academy opened up him up to opera. Boyd’s character as well as the school’s formalities became a poor match, which finished in expulsion, but he quickly landed an area around the 2003 time of year of NBC’s skill contest Popularity. Once that didn’t skillet out, he spent many years obtaining his way like a composer and vocalist. After linking with maker Andy Rose, he resolved right into a retro-modern R&B audio and authorized to the Jive label. In August 2012, Boyd’s debut solitary, “I Want I Knew” — co-written and made by Ivan Barias and Carvin Haggins — reached Billboard’s Warm R&B/Hip-Hop Songs graph. Boyd received significant support from Michael Baisden’s syndicated radio system, but his major-label offer did not skillet out. In July 2014, he is at a motorcycle incident and died. At that time, he was planning the discharge of his debut recording.