Sincere Life is an emcee from Chicago currently living in Madison, WI he has been mastering his craft as an emcee since before his adolescence. For 26 years all he ever wanted was to make it big in the hip hop community. As a kid he can remember writing out lyrics to 2pac's "So Many Tears" in his fifth grade classroom just so he could imitate his idol. Raised by a single mother after losing his father in a car accident in 1996, He likes to credit Hip-Hop as a savior for him at that point in his life. Sincere Life has been writing and emceeing ever since the eighth grade with his major influences being Nas, Talib Kweli, and Mos Def. He's been involved in the hip hop scene since 2000 and has since formed ILL-NOIS Nation, a rap label which stands for Intelligent Lyrical Legends Neglecting Oppression and Inspiring Society. When he went to High School he started out just rapping to be rapping before he understood that it was a gift and he then learned to treat it with grace. By the time he graduated in 2003 he began to form into the type of emcee he always wanted to be. He brings a different feeling through his music and when you hear him you can tell he does it for the music first. That is just one of the things that separates him from a lot of artists you may here a lot more often, Sincere-Life hopes the development of a label and his lyrical driven music will get him noticed as he continues to pursue his dreams to one day make a name for himself.