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Thee Phantom wrote his first rhyme at the age of 8 and made his first beat by mixing the instrumental from the Beastie Boys', "Paul Revere" with Beethoven's 5th Symphony. Ironically, that the particular movement of Beethoven's Symphony that he chose was entitled, "Destiny", because little did he know that his combination of Classical and Hip-Hop would open up a world of opportunities for him. Here is a video of Thee Phantom ... Read more

Thee Phantom wrote his first rhyme at the age of 8 and made his first beat by mixing the instrumental from the Beastie Boys', "Paul Revere" with Beethoven's 5th Symphony. Ironically, that the particular movement of Beethoven's Symphony that he chose was entitled, "Destiny", because little did he know that his combination of Classical and Hip-Hop would open up a world of opportunities for him. Here is a video of Thee Phantom & his Illharmonic Orchestra performing, "B-Boy Meets Beethoven" on NBC. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2uw69wkqozU

In 2002, Thee Phantom became the first Hip-Hop Artist to perform at Philadelphia's prestigious Kimmel Center with musical accompaniment from members of the world-renowned Philadelphia Orchestra and Chamber Orchestra of Philadelphia. Included in the ensemble was Violist Renard Edwards, who 30 years earlier became the first African American musician to play for the Philadelphia Orchestra.

Determined to take his music and vision to its zenith, Thee Phantom moved to Queens, New York and contacted Carnegie Hall about a possible performance. He was given the date of October 10, 2007, but failed to find a sponsor to cover the cost of the hall rental and steep labor fees that would accompany his performance. Undaunted in his quest, he is now attempting to finance his dream with sales of his own music on Amazon, CD Baby and iTunes and has been granted another date of December 5, 2010. He is currently filming a documentary entitled, "From the Hood to Carnegie Hall" and has started a blog to chronicle his journey on www.theephantom.com.

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Thee Phantom wrote his first rhyme at the age of 8 and made his first beat by mixing the instrumental from the Beastie Boys', "Paul Revere" with Beethoven's 5th Symphony. Ironically, that the particular movement of Beethoven's Symphony that he chose was entitled, "Destiny", because little did he know that his combination of Classical and Hip-Hop would open up a world of opportunities for him. Here is a video of Thee Phantom & his Illharmonic Orchestra performing, "B-Boy Meets Beethoven" on NBC. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2uw69wkqozU

In 2002, Thee Phantom became the first Hip-Hop Artist to perform at Philadelphia's prestigious Kimmel Center with musical accompaniment from members of the world-renowned Philadelphia Orchestra and Chamber Orchestra of Philadelphia. Included in the ensemble was Violist Renard Edwards, who 30 years earlier became the first African American musician to play for the Philadelphia Orchestra.

Determined to take his music and vision to its zenith, Thee Phantom moved to Queens, New York and contacted Carnegie Hall about a possible performance. He was given the date of October 10, 2007, but failed to find a sponsor to cover the cost of the hall rental and steep labor fees that would accompany his performance. Undaunted in his quest, he is now attempting to finance his dream with sales of his own music on Amazon, CD Baby and iTunes and has been granted another date of December 5, 2010. He is currently filming a documentary entitled, "From the Hood to Carnegie Hall" and has started a blog to chronicle his journey on www.theephantom.com.

This biography was provided by the artist or their representative.

Thee Phantom wrote his first rhyme at the age of 8 and made his first beat by mixing the instrumental from the Beastie Boys', "Paul Revere" with Beethoven's 5th Symphony. Ironically, that the particular movement of Beethoven's Symphony that he chose was entitled, "Destiny", because little did he know that his combination of Classical and Hip-Hop would open up a world of opportunities for him. Here is a video of Thee Phantom & his Illharmonic Orchestra performing, "B-Boy Meets Beethoven" on NBC. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2uw69wkqozU

In 2002, Thee Phantom became the first Hip-Hop Artist to perform at Philadelphia's prestigious Kimmel Center with musical accompaniment from members of the world-renowned Philadelphia Orchestra and Chamber Orchestra of Philadelphia. Included in the ensemble was Violist Renard Edwards, who 30 years earlier became the first African American musician to play for the Philadelphia Orchestra.

Determined to take his music and vision to its zenith, Thee Phantom moved to Queens, New York and contacted Carnegie Hall about a possible performance. He was given the date of October 10, 2007, but failed to find a sponsor to cover the cost of the hall rental and steep labor fees that would accompany his performance. Undaunted in his quest, he is now attempting to finance his dream with sales of his own music on Amazon, CD Baby and iTunes and has been granted another date of December 5, 2010. He is currently filming a documentary entitled, "From the Hood to Carnegie Hall" and has started a blog to chronicle his journey on www.theephantom.com.

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