Major’s music career officially began when at age 3 when he started fumbling around on guitars and drums. By age 12 he and some neighborhood friends formed an R&B/soul band. Yes the young Major did indeed refused to sing or dance while on stage with the band but he could rock the guitar, playing Chic, the Commodores, Average White Band, and George Benson tunes. By age 16 he moved on to DJing, playing high schools and later college parties around Baltimore and the Wash., D.C. area. The natural progression into music production soon followed… recording local artists out in his bedroom with a 4 track Yamaha cassette recorder, a Korg Poly 800 keyboard, a Radio Shack condenser microphone and an Alesis drum machine. Opportunity would later allow for recording in “real” 24 track studios leading to interests from major and indie labels. Soon Major would find himself working along side the crew at Smack Productions cranking out the tracks for the dance lovers around the world. Little has changed since the early Smack days, Major is still writing songs and producing “danceable music” but these days his sound is more diversified as result of personal growth, the success of Water Music Publishing and a changing world.