The positive lyrics that rapper Kaboose provides to the rap game result from surviving a hard childhood. His delivery parents’ divorce, an abusive stepfather, along with a move from his birthplace of San Jose, CA, to north Minnesota all drove the youthful Kaboose to consider solace in music. After getting released to the Beastie Young boys and Run-D.M.C. by his cousin, Kaboose fell deeply in love with hip-hop. Though it was categorized as “gentle,” a coronary attack at the early age of 17 converted his mind around and inspired Kaboose to reinforce his romantic relationship with God. With an increase of of the spiritual note in his music, his debut discharge, Innersection, was embraced with the Christian rap community when released in 2004, nonetheless it didn’t make a lot of a direct effect with mainstream rap enthusiasts. After showing up on multiple amounts of Syntax’s Evening Owls series, he agreed upon using the label and got an underground strike in 2008 with “Heading Outta Control,” offering hardcore rapper Royce da 5’9”. Today attractive to the hardcore and substitute crowd without compromising his message, Kaboose released the ambitious PARDON ME record on Syntax that same season.