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Past. Present. Future.

Originating out of Walnut Creek California, Traver Condon first became interested in music at the age of four. His father Richard, Traver's biggest influence in music played a variety of instruments such as the acoustic guitar, electric guitar and the harmonica. Traver watched his father play and listen to blues and southern rock on a regular basis. Carrying his own harmonica in his back pocket Traver went everywhere with his father telling any one he could that his father was a blues man and so was he. By the age of twelve Traver had become fascinated with a new genre. Hip-Hop albums like Nas's "Stillmatic" and songs like "Thuggish Ruggish Bone" by Bone Thugs N Harmony were the start of Traver's Hip-Hop/Rap journey. He started writing his own lyrics to the instrumental side of the Bone Thugs N Harmony single "The Crossroads" in sixth grade. Later being introduced to music by artists such as Tupac Shakur and Brotha Lynch Hung. Presently Traver is credited on albums with artists such as Sacramento artist Brotha Lynch Hung and New Jersey artist Hussein Fatal who was part of Rap icon Tupac Shakur's rap group The Outlaws. Traver is currently working on a new solo album and several collaborative albums. As an Alumni of Full Sail Universities Audio Production Bachelor degree program Traver is working toward future goals of becoming an award winning industry recognized audio engineer and hiphop artist. Traver currently owns a studio in Modesto california where he resides called Live It and Spit It Productions, where he aims to network further and add to his engineering credits by providing studio services such as recording, mixing, mastering, production, and sound design to artists, record labels, and companies independent and major.

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