Le' Dez Indianapolis When he was younger, he spent a lot of his time alone. Staying up all day, surfing the web and playing video games. Sneaking in and out the kitchen for a late night snack or two, and then back to his video games & music. Around the age of eight, he wrote his first verse on a track called "We Sho Do" with his older brother Andre Sisk (who was a part of a former Indie Indianapolis group "Napalenis"). After that, it was late nights and early mornings as he secretly created his own music while everyone was asleep. Initially, it served only as a form of venting and expression. But as the years rolled on, and with nothing to do in Indy, Le’ Dez spent a good amount of his time writing collections of lyrics. Though his friends pushed and urged for him to be serious about his music, the young songwriter still had no rhyme or reason to heed their warnings. So for the next couple of years, it was on and off for Le' Dez as he struggled to maintain honor roll and climbed the JROTC chain of command. More time passed by, and he found himself being tainted by the trends of the industry further and further - that is until he recognized the pattern. After realizing the impending doom today’s music suggested, he decided he wanted to be something different; himself. Though staying true caused him to be outcasted, it seemed only to work in his favor - as it allowed more "me" time than he knew how to handle. Which he continued to slowly dedicate more towards his growing passion for music. That is until productivity multiplied after crossing paths with Lyvell.