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Born May 14th 1989, Isiah Veazy, was given the alias; Mr. Impossable, by a artist he worked with. While they were in the studio the artist wanted to see what he could do on the spot. When he was done, because of the sound Isiah created, and how quickly he created it, The artist, said, "this is imposs(i)ble," then bringing the name to life. Years later the name would change, not just the spelling but the meaning. One day at church the bible verse: Phillippians 4:13, "I can do all things through christ who strengthens me" came up. A young mind realizing that "Imposs(i)ble," which is usually meant for negativity, was more than that. So changing the I to an A it was now Mr. Imposs(a)ble. It being said that what he creates is the impossable, he knew anything he did with god leading him, was possable.
Even at a young age this Brooklyn/ Trinidadian native knew that music was his calling, when he started playing the piano, by ear, with no training at the age of 6. He then began taking lessons till the age of 11. At the age of 11 he started playing piano in his church "Deliverance Temple," of Trinidad. At age 14 he moved to Florida and started playing in the middle and high school chorus and jazz bands. At the age of 17 he was doing live recording with a rock band named, "The Jackson Sneed Band". Since then Mr. Impossable has gotten married, and started is own production company;"AV Productions," and plans to continue to grow his company, also expanding to engineering. He's so far worked with, Country Boy Records, Rap Legacy, Jackson Sneed, Charles West, churchs, bands, and various other artist. Mr. Impossable continues to stay motivated to raise the bar on his producing and engineering skills.



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