Irregular is a 29 year old emcee who dares to be different by pushing the creative boundaries of hip hop. He does so by putting out songs of substance that touch on true to life emotions and take you on a journey from pain to praise. His wife Krystal Marie sings on many of his tracks and brings a cool calm to his music by adding her angelic voice to his edgy tone. The production he chooses are a melting pot of gritty samples, high energy beats, and the smooth melodic quality sound you get by adding live instruments to the mix.
Irregular resides in Las Vegas, Nevada and got his hip hop roots from growing up in Los Angeles during the 90’s gangsta rap era and also from its underground secular scene. At age 14 he started his music career recording albums and performing all across California. Irregular and his crew became the opening act for artist like Too Short, Raekwon, Brooklyn Zoo, CRayz-Walz, Hieroglyphics and Talib Kweli in Los Angeles and Irregular was featured on mixtapes with E-40, Hieroglyphics, and Sean Price to name a few. To support his music career Irregular began dealing drugs at age 14 and soon became addicted to his own supply of pain killers.
In 2010, after the suicide of a close friend and the overdose of another in the same week, Irregular decided he wanted to change his life for the better. He thought he could leave behind the pain of his past if he left California so he moved to Las Vegas in the hopes to finding a new way.
Finally Irregular opened up to God’s calling when he was coming down off of drugs in the middle of the night. He was provided with the clarity he needed that night while staring at himself in the mirror to finally make a change. Irregular called his soon to be wife Krystal who told him to come to church the next day if he was serious about changing his life.
At church that day Irregular was introduced to the Christ centered program called Celebrate Recovery and over the next year Irregular stayed 100 percent dedicated to the program. Through it he became equipped with the tools he needed to overcome 15 years of drug addiction. He was also able to surrender and devote his life to Jesus Christ, while also finding his true life purpose in serving others.
In his service and sobriety Irregular rediscovered his love for hip hop so he started his own music ministry, called Irregular4Christ. Irregular4Christ is a music ministry which is made up of his wife Krystal and best friend and ministry partner Ken. The ministries focus is on giving hope to the hopeless by spreading testimonies of God’s grace.
Irregular’s music ministry continues to grow and is always looking to help those who are looking to overcome their addictions and struggles. He hopes to uplift people through music ministry and love, by bring the good news of Jesus Christ wherever God calls him to be.