Megaciph is a socially conscious writer using his music to address social issues and advance progressive thinking. In 2006 he self published his first solo album, The Graduate Program. In 2008 Megaciph enrolled at The New School University to begin his post graduate studies in Nonprofit Management. Three years later in 2011, he self published his sophomore solo album, Migration of the Soul’d Kind and completed his M.S. Nonprofit Management with a focus on Arts and Culture.
From November 2010 until March 2013 Megaciph founded and hosted The Vital Movement; a weekly open mic/concert event that provides independent artists with a viable community for sharing their art. As an independent artist and promoter Megaciph put together hundreds of shows, gave hundreds of artists a stage, and brought in talent from as far north as Toronto and as far south as Zimbabwe. At the same time he was working full time at the Harlem Children’s Zone as a teaching artist; teaching NYC youth to write poetry, rap music and the finer points of performance. Megaciph holds a BS in Composition and Rhetoric, with a minor in Music Management, 2006, from Georgia State University and a Master’s in nonprofit management, 2010, from The New School University. He is the founder of ThatsGoodness Entertainment; a not for profit record label with a focus on human rights, incorporated in NYS in 2010.
In 2014 Megaciph published CIVILiAM; an album inspired by his four years of service in the USMC. The album is filled with true stories and anecdotes from his tours in Okinawa, Cuba and service here in the states. he has donated 100% of the proceeds from this album to Veterans For Peace [dot] org. Megaciph is set to release one solo mixtape and possibly one collaborative EP this summer. With plans for the next few albums already brewing for an ever growing body of work.