Being born in 1993, Fatal is one of the youngest artist's emerging out of his city. Though young, his dedication and hard work ethic has got him placed as one of the music industries quickest growing artists. Fatal first developed an interest in music at a very young age. After being exposed to some of the greatest artists in the Hip-Hop industry growing up, Fatal became focused on creating a name for himself in that very same industry. At the age of 14, Fatal wrote his first solo song titled, "Pure Uncut" but did not release it. Fatal continued to study other artists and hone his skills at song writing until he felt he was good enough to make an impact in the music industry.
That moment came in September of 2010 when Fatal decided to take his music to the next level and ended up starting his own record label named, Forbez Records. At only 17 years old Fatal began signing other local artists to help them get their own name established. With Fatal receiving over 1,000 email submissions a month with artists wanting to get signed, this helped gain Fatal a massive amount of attention both locally and nationally. He took advantage of this and began hosting local Hip-Hop shows.
In March of 2011, Fatal was performing at his first big show as an opening act for 1017 Brick Squad member, OJ Da Juiceman. In just five months after Fatal's first return to stage, he was contacted by BSM and was offered a management contract by the Atlanta-based label. Shortly after, Fatal announced that he accepted the offer and became one of the first hip-hop artists out of Denver to be pushed by a major brand. Fatal was first released to the world with his hit single, "My Story" whiched featured Brick Squad Monopoly artist Haitian Fresh. Fatal continued to write and push his music but with things like the death of RoseMo and Slim Dunkin, Fatal was put on the backburner until his contract would be up in August of 2012. Fatal decided that he would not renew his contract.
Since then, Fatal has played at many known venues such as Cervantes, Casselman's, The Fuego Event Center, and many more. He has also graced stages with artists such as OJ Da Juiceman, Young Buck and many more. Fatal has not only built a massive fan base in the streets, but online also. With over 140,000 Twitter followers and over 50,000 views on all of his Youtube videos, Fatal is pulling in numbers of which many celebrities can't pull in.
In April of 2013, Fatal joined the enviable league of celebrities to receive the Verified status from the popular micro-blogging social network, Twitter. Fatal is currently the only Hip-Hop artist out of Colorado to receive this status. Fatal is currently working on his second mixtape, "The Wait Is Over" which he will be releasing independently. At only 19 years old and with growing success I am sure we are going to be seeing a lot more great things from this young CEO.
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Hussein Fatal | Reviewer: Hung | 10/3/2008
He's one of the unluckiest rappers ever. He has real talent, i bet you will feel it when u hear him flow in Hit em Up, When We Ride, many tracks with OUTLAWZ and 2Pac. But I cannot understand why the fuck no one gives a damn about him. When many other unrappers are very famous, Fatal remains unknown. Fatal is one of rappers who have the most skillful rap skill.
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