Sherrod White is a writer, producer, and artist born in Fayetteville, North Carolina. He was heavily influenced by all genres of music at an early age from the likes of Michael Jackson, John Coltrane, Stevie Wonder, Tupac, and Dr. Dre.
Growing up in a broken home while living back and forth between his mom and dad, Sherrod would often escape the day-to-day struggles of life by writing poetry and short stories, as well as lyrics, all of which contributed to helping develop and perfect his craft musically. He became accustomed to adapting to new environments and people as he frequently moved due to his dad serving in the military. While staying with his father, he grew up in a heavily-disciplined household. Sports and writing were the primary ways that Sherrod expressed the inner turmoil that grew inside him due to the death of his younger brother, grandfather, and older brother, as well as the split between his father and mother.
Shortly after graduating high school, Sherrod enlisted in the Army, where he served for five years, including two deployments to Iraq. While in Iraq, Sherrod began to develop a more serious passion for music as well as business. Upon returning from Iraq, he wrestled with deep depression and anxiety as well as an addiction to prescription pills.
By God's providence, Sherrod would have an encountered with God that would change his world view. With his new found Christian faith intact, he now says his primary aim is to challenge as well as influence those whom he encounters. Musically, he describes his sound as a live symphony marrying a jazz band who came together to conceive a hip-hop child. He has a unique way of blending his faith and real-life situations together when creating his music.
Sherrod currently lives in Atlanta, Georgia with his wife, Latrice, and their two dogs.