Fusha started entertaining at the young age of seven on stages throughout Cleveland, Ohio. He loved to dance as a child. As a teenager he started a dance group called Boys in Motion, which became very popular. They became so popular that MC Brainz wanted them to be his back up dancers before he got his deal with Michael Bivins. They also opened up for the rap group X-Clan every time they came to Cleveland. In the mist of doing all of this he was running the streets banging, slanging drugs, carrying guns and robbing people. Fusha knew he had talent and he wasn’t going to let the streets take him out. He got tired of dancing around the age of sixteen and started to rap.
He has always had a love for music. He listens to a diverse types of music from the 50’s and up. Around this time Dave Tolliver from the famous R&B group Men at Large took an interest in his talent. He lived around the corner from Fusha in his neighborhood. He put him in the studio and made an album together. He tired to get him a deal with East West that did not go through. Dave took Fusha on the road with him as an opening act at some of their shows. The crowed loved Fusha even though he hadn’t put an album out yet. During this time Dave started a rap group called JY that Fusha was a member of. They got a independent deal and did two songs with now former Death Row artist Kurrupt, from the platinum hit selling group The Dogg Pound.
As Fusha was recording the album he was also on the road with the hit gospel play “Why Do Good Girls Like Bad Boys”. The play stared R&B artist Toni Terry, Tony Grant from Az Yet, Lavan Davis from the hit show “House of Pain”, Clyde Jones from the hit movie “Players Club”, and the late great Rev. James Moore. As time went on the album was never released due to personal reasons and the play ended. He has been taken a long break from it all. Now he’s back and more ready then he has ever been. Hopefully this is the beginning of a successful career. C’s Up!
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