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Infamous Thierry Storms The Music Industry Again With His Latest Project
Talented LA artist, Infamous Thierry, continues to enjoy rave reviews for the “Big Bang Thierry” EP and his latest single titled “Loaf”
Infamous Thierry is not stopping in his pursuit of using his musical talent as a tool for driving positive changes in society, with his latest body of works titled “Big Bang Thierry,” substantiating this claim. In a related development, he recently dropped “Loaf” as well as the lyric video to the single, a song that has continued to make waves across all digital platforms.
The music industry has undoubtedly evolved over the years, with the emergence of several artists and labels delivering amazing tunes to millions of people across the globe. One of the acts that have practically challenged the status quo in the music scene is Infamous Thierry, creating thought-provoking yet entertaining songs that have endeared him to music lovers worldwide.
The prominent Baton Rouge, LA artist has grown in leaps and bounds since making his debut as an executive producer, writer, and CEO, and most importantly, rapper. The “Big Bang Thierry” project, his debut EP, which was inspired by his love for the Universe and how it symbolizes creation, has helped him to showcase his versatility and ingenuity as an entertainer.
Infamous Thierry literally poured his heart into every line on each track in the EP and he has revealed plans to drop a sequel to the project based on the feedback from fans. In a related development, the multifaceted entertainer recently dropped the lyric video to Loaf as well as the video to Infamous Thierry - True Story.
Otherwise known as Cameron Thierry, Infamous Thierry looks to be on his way to becoming the biggest music export from Baton Rouge, with a social media following of over 300K, thanks to his compelling artistry, passion, and creativity.
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At the age of 9, One80 suffered from child abuse at the hands of his stepfather. The abuse led to One80 ran away from home. Running away, Avery stole a car, hustled and in August of 2003, set fire to an abandoned house. Arson earned him 18 years in prison. Avery served most of it in TDCJ’s Estelle Unit in Huntsville at the age of 17.
While serving his sentence, Avery earned the nickname One80. Then, he picked up plastic spoons and began making beats. Avery’s beats covered by rap lyrics were recorded in prison. Avery sent his cousin his music, which soon became a waiting game for Avery to be released from prison. Avery learned important life lessons such as philosophy, chess and encouraged him to fly straight once he made parole.
After Avery served most of his sentence, within 3 months Avery produced 17 minute a documentary of his life that covers his start in music. Soon afterwards Avery released his music and started selling his music on Amazon.
Not too long afterwards LeAnn Rimes heard his music and invited him to perform in with her at Gruene Hall in Austin.
“For me to be a rapper and be able to perform there, I’ve never seen that many cowboy hats in my life,” Avery said. “You know what, and for them to accept me, this is why I feel like music is so beautiful.”
Dr. Dre called him via FaceTime to talk business, too.
“I was like man, you are Dr. Dre,” Avery said. “This is crazy. This is beyond a dream come true.”
His single, “Miles Away”, has been well received and confirms his start as a artist.
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