J Dot R Dot
North Miami Beach
An Alumnus in his own class, this “Dirty South Lyricist” is as real as sugar water and cereal.Shown love by family and fans, while gaining the respect of many Is what makes Black Optimist strive to be one of the best artist out today. “My worst fear is not being accepted for what I do,” states Black Optimist.Born in Brooklyn New York, Is the oldest brother to "DZ THE RAPPER".
“My Mother was always working, she's a hard worker and a hustler,” he remembers.She would leave me and my brother home alone for hours to go to work, but we ain’t never complain. She kept a roof over our heads, and she's my role model.Black Optimist also moved to Haiti while he was a young child,where he seen it all: the good, the bad, and the ugly.However, through his youthful eyes, everything was all good. By the summer of 1994, his family moved to Miami, Florida.
Optimist recalls his childhood saying, “Living in the south was totally different than up north.His family moved to the “Cloverleaf Projects”, which is located in Miami Gardens.“I remember niggaz gettin’ shot and robbed in that neighborhood,because of that, my parents wouldn’t let us out to play and shit, but we always snuck out.When his family raised enough money, a few years later, they left the violence-infested area and moved to Victory Park in North Miami Beach. This was where Black Optimist was born.
Being exposed to the southern rap’s aggressive and explicit lyrics, gave Black Optimist the best of both worlds.I’m a lyrical ass nigga, but street niggaz gone feel my music. I love Hip-Hop, and I wanna bring it to the streets from a lyrical point of view,” says Black Optimist. Even as he pens through his composition notebook, this young upstart is in deep thought.
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