American rapper, singer, producer, and songwriter Luke Christopher worked in back of the scenes with Usher and John Tale before getting into a single career with some mixtapes. Blessed and elevated in LA, Christopher started tinkering with songwriting and creation as an adolescent. He produced his debut in 2012 using the discharge of mixtapes Building Skies and TMRW, TMRW. The melody “Life Spencer” became the last mentioned tape’s breakout strike, thanks partly to its smart sampling of Scala & Kolacny Brothers’ edition of Radiohead’s “Creep.” He agreed upon with ByStorm/RCA in 2013 before the discharge of his self-released EP THE SWEETNESS Years, Pt. 1. A sequel mixtape, 2014’s TMRW, TMRW, Pt. 2, included creation credits by Foster individuals, Influx Racer, Shlohmo, and Asher Roth. In 2015, Christopher released two partner EPs, YSTRDY and TMRW. His “Great deal to understand” single discovered its way in to the Best 30 over the Australian, Belgian, Norwegian, and Swedish graphs.