A self-proclaimed nerd who had his lifestyle changed with the De La Spirit album 3 Foot High and Growing, literate and witty rapper Spree Wilson blends a great many other styles with hip-hop because of his diverse background. His dad was a doo wop vocalist in Memphis and he was raised hearing the giants of blues and jazz together with his beloved De La Spirit. The quirky group was an alternative solution towards the bleak globe of gangsta rap that still left Spree frosty, but he afterwards found another choice, rock music. Green Floyd, Nirvana, and Sonic Youngsters filled his globe before maverick hip-hop duo OutKast arrived and brought him back again to hip-hop. He shortly joined among Atlanta’s even more genre-free acts, Kitchen knives Out, as an MC and gained a loyal regional following because of his smart words and phrases and laid-back stream. By using DJ Jamad from the Aphilliates, he released the single mixtape Weird Research in 2007. The mixtape was documented at superstar manufacturer Dallas Austin’s Darp Studios.