By pairing his passion for music with his distinct, rasp voice and blasé demeanor, Wilx has successfully tailored his image, sound, and work ethic to become a top contender in hip-hop today.
After the release of his three most successful projects Trap Nasty 1, Black Bart, and G.B.Y.N (Deluxe) he gained the attention of several respected publications. He has opened several shows for some of hip-hop’s most successful artists like 21 Savage, Ty Dolla $ign, Lil Wayne and Lil Bibby.
After being featured and name dropped by influential voices in the industry, his single Mo' Betta from the album G.B.Y.N (Deluxe) was embraced by Nashville’s very own Starlito for a feature in 2014. This collaboration created a buzz on social media and eventually found its way to syndicated airwaves.
Trap Nasty, released in February 2017, exudes aggressive content due to what Wilx describes as “oppression.” Although he began getting recognition as an artist, he felt like there were masses of people who still doubted.