Since the sixth grade, all Seth Jacob Fenton wanted to do was to act. When he wasn’t getting suspended, he was the lead in many performances, some were on stage, others were mostly in the classroom that lead to more suspensions. Either on stage or in the principles office, it was clear that Seth was full of passion, hyperactive, explosive, many times impulsive, passion.
Seth had a yearning, a longing to dream, perform and to express himself. This desire was raw, still being cultivated and investigated and during this exploration there were many failures, and many unwanted consequences. It seemed that with Seth there were two things at war within him, a desire to love and serve Jesus Christ, the God who saved him at 6 years old, and a desire to express himself through art and creativity.
He went to Southern Methodist University. After four years, Seth graduated with much more than just a BFA in Acting but also with a new love for Hip-hop. After Graduation Seth began as an intern at a children’s ministry in Plano. While seeking the Lord about weather or not to go to LA, God urged him to go to stay and apply to Seminary in Ft. Worth.
God didn’t forget about Seth’s desire to create art. Fast forward to January 2016, Seth was approached by Moflo Music, having randomly heard one of Seth’s songs he knew that God was wanting the two to work together. After about two weeks the duo had compiled a 22 song album entitled Kindergarten Dreams released 6/5/2016.