For Cody ChesnuTT, existence within the music business looked promising right away. Hardly into his teenagers, he was carrying out on-stage in his Atlanta hometown, starting for works that his father was representing as their supervisor. By enough time he’d strike his past due twenties, ChesnuTT was leading his personal group, the Crosswalk, and got inked a documenting agreement with Hollywood Information. Venus Loves a Melody, his 1st full-length recording, was covered up and all set. Before which could happen, nevertheless, the label released ChesnuTT from the offer. Shortly after, the Crosswalk disbanded. Disheartened, ChesnuTT taken back again and holed up in his bedroom, where he composed and documented for himself. In 2 yrs, he laid down plenty of material for a typical record. Three dozen music produced his double-disc 2002 debut, The Headphone Masterpiece. Afterwards that calendar year, he collaborated using the Root base for another edition of his “The Seed” — dubbed “The Seed (2.0)” — for the rap band’s Phrenology record. While it appeared like ChesnuTT would continue steadily to release music in a prolific price, the follow-up to his debut was a Dec 2006 EP, Dark Skin No Worth. He didn’t to push out a second record until Oct 2012, when Getting on 100 appeared using one Little Indian.