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Published on Apr 4, 2016
BEAST, P Ferrell was born on a small army base in Germany. With all of his family from Georgia and Alabama, BEAST grew up in different types of environments. With both his father and his step father being in the army, traveling was a common thing; never in one spot for too long. Writing came naturally to him, so he translated his thoughts into a form of poetry, letting all his emotions out on paper which became a relief factor for him. At the age of 16, he wrote his first rhyme called "Hard Times;" giving his description of life as it played out in front of his eyes at that time. Even with his step father around the house, he was never in the house. Eventually his step father left forcing him to become the man of the house helping his mom to raise 5 kids on her own including himself. Jumping from place to places, finally settled down in Colorado Springs, CO, in 1992. This is where he was introduced to the gang like mentality. Hanging around nothing but gang members; they became his family in the streets. Being part of something that was bigger than him at the time gave him comfort and once you get too comfortable with something, it tends to eat at you. Embedded in the gang life, he quickly attached himself to his music making it hard and rough edged going by the nickname Rugged. In and out the streets, he soon got his calling when he upped and moved out of Colorado and into Texas in 2005 with his wife and 2 kids at the time. It was a move that would change his life forever. The move to Texas allowed him to cut all relationships with friends/gang members and he was able to establish a relationship with God. Finding himself is something he could not do while he was in the mist of his friends back home. On becoming himself, so did he find an understanding of music; to make it define him and the battles he goes through which brings forth the BEAST; a creature with no name created by the world. As a DREAMER, he pushed forward making different songs in his apartment, using anything to make a beat with. Towards the fall of 2010, he hooked up with T. Morris who introduced him to King Solo-man (founder and CEO of MegaSonic Beats/MegaSonic Music Group). There he found something new that he could build on and go forward with his music career. I welcome you “to the life” and heart of the BEAST THE BLACK who's now ready to let you feel his pain with his new song "Sound Crazy." A song detailing real life experiences and ramification of drug abuse in his life.