Birmingham, Alabama's own Powers is a artist with a business acumen to match his hustle. Powers style incorporates his laid back but melodic flow with a street conscious clever way of wordplay. Powers is not your ordinary rapper. He embodies true street-life to the fullest, but with a twist of melodic and message orientated themes. Simply put: Powers keeps it real, no fluff, no hype, no lies."I am more than a rapper from Birmingham, Alabama, or the south " says Powers of his beloved street buzz surrounding his latest singles Keep Living, and the breakout hit Flavor (feat. Birmingham rapper Bigz). “The brand of Powers is still the voice of the streets, we're still country, but we've seen more now. We can't just rap about that the hood and the corner. I am here to see and impact the world. The whole world is involved in a struggle, most of the people in the world are like us - the have-nots that desire more. To be able to rap that story and connect with so many people in a positive way is a blessing."Powers, the artist and name, represents more than just a title; it represents hustle, loyalty, taking what you want in life, not waiting for a hnadout. Powers has made a name for himself by just being himself. Not with gimmicky, quirky facades, not with hype and hoaxes. Powers has earned the respect of his fans and peers in the underground Birmingham music scene by revealing himself wholly - imperfections and all - and still being able to hold it down for the streets with positivity in the face of adversity. Powers music captures real life moral topics with songs that take us beyond the 'cookie-cutter rap,' away from the senseless beefs and deep inside the corridors of the heart and mind of current young urban culture. While other artists tip-toe around originality, Powers makes his pen separate real from fake.Powers is not your ordinary rapper. He embodies true street-life to the fullest, but with a twist of melodic and message orientated themes. Simply put: Powers keeps it real, no fluff, no hype, no lies. And these aren’t attributes he chose to take on willingly, these traits stem from personal experiences that have molded him to be one of the most exciting new emcees around today. Powers realizes that Hip Hop is an audio documentary, taking the listener through every knit and cranny of an artist pains, joys, aches, rebellions, defeats and conquests.