God grounded, Texas-raised, and as trill as they come, Pit Boss has been writing music since he was 13 years old. His partner, Alfonso Mejia (RIP), and he were scheduled to release their first album at the young age of 15 but with the tragic drowning death of his partner the album was never released. After that experience Pit Boss changed directions and choose to pursue a career in sports. During high school his football and track career took off. During his time a Lakeview Centennial High in Garland, TX he became one of the top running backs in the state of TX 1995-1996 and made it to regionals in track with sprinting and shot put. His senior year he was a Texas Scholar and graduated with Advance Honors. Since he was a Blue Chip recruit he was offered full ride football scholarships to most NCAA universities. After the birth of his first child, Jamelyn Tyreece Brown, II, at 17 years old he chose to give up his football career to support his family. Now Pit Boss seeks to reach those with similar or worst life experiences and struggles through his music to show that one can rise from the ashes to succeed at life. After the release of his first mixtape, "Money Mission" he continues his mission of helping others with the much anticipated single release of "Do It Big". "Do It Big" is the motto for the Dirty South and anyone reaching for success in their personal and professional lives. Pit Boss' music is inarguably the most trill and hard hitting thing in hip-hop today. Through his independent record label, "Cash Guerilla Records, LLC" he continues his success while helping other artist achieve their dreams. Besides being a successful rap artist he also writes and produces R&B music, hooks and more. Finally there is a rapper who is authentic and who has lived or is living all of the music that he creates. He is ambitious and aggressive but remains humble by remembering where he has come from. What you see is what you get with Pit Boss.