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Julius Baynard knew that music was going to be a key part of his life from the time he was a small child, running around banging on pots and pans while rapping to his music. “My mom ( a poet and artist ) would get on me for breaking her paint brushes.” She used to take me to the Grand Opera House in Wilmington, Delaware for drum lessons. For as long as he can remember he was drumming on anything that wasn’t nailed down. At the age of 7, he started writing poetry and rap songs. The people around him called him Young MC which he liked because it sounded like a rapper. He created his first real rap song at 12 years old. When in middle school, Julius first heard Bone Thugs and Harmony perform Meet Me at the Crossroads, this is where he then knew he was destined to become a rapper. With the help of a number of teachers — Mr. Burgess, Mr. Giles, — he mastered drums, learned to play other instruments, and was introduced to the art of engineering music electronically. Julius played both tenor, snare and base drums in the marching band and the jazz band in several Delaware schools, including Newark High School and Thomas McKean High School. At McKean a teacher introduced Julius to the recording side of music and he was on his way to a full-fledged career as a performing rap artist and music creator. Another influential teacher, Mr. Morton, played movies of some of the great performers like The Beatles, providing Julius and some of his friends with a more grounded music history education. By the time he was 18, Julius had made a name for himself “ BrazyBlakk” he was recording with such musically inspired friends such as Chris Redd, Dustin and Paul. He played drums, Dustin and Paul fought over who would play guitar and base, while Chris played tambourine. Today, at 28 King Juelz has done various mix tapes and released several singles which can be found on all music streaming sites. In 2013 Julius life and career was put on hold while he had to serve a 4 year prison term. During King Juelz time away James May his oldest brother decided it was best to fully invest into his brothers career and future. This is when the birth of Inner New Circle Records was created. Even separated the two brothers brain stormed, read and made a business plan, and set goals as a team and business partners. While serving his sentence the young man once known as Brazy Blakk emerged as King Juelz. Continuously writing raps and having a host of family and friends in his corner one in particular which is his sister LaWanda Foster being encouraging and keeping him on his toes he was ready for the world upon his release. With it being several years out of the loop King Juelz came home with the enthusiasm he had before his term. Currently King Juelz has a single “Fire In The City” produced by Cory Orlando which has landed him a Showcase in Dover at Allure Night Club where he won first place. Due to the overwhelming response King Juelz was invited back to Allure Night Club on October 25, 2017, to open for the headliners (I.AM.EM & Ladii J). On May 29, 2018, King Juelz signed an artist development agreement with Sony Music Group "Bandit The Rapper " to help perfect his image for future deals that will soon come his way. King Juelz has now branched out with an Indie label of his own #GSO that features several different artist such as Wise, Lover FCF and, Skrilla MBK. GSO stands for "Ganster Shit Only" is a form of expression for anyone who assumes responsibility for their life in general, it takes a true Gangster to handle their responsibilities not just in the streets, but going to work and providing for your family and loved ones. This has now become a movement and while doing shows with not only himself but the artist under the label you can hear fans in the crowd chanting "Its a whole lotta GANG SHIT"

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