An independently distributed and developed songwriter,  Brooklyn bred MC Ciph Boogie is a well rounded Hip Hop artist who has displayed a phenomenal skill set for just short of a decade. A mainstay on Big Apple circuits, Ciph Boogie is the product of a loving family led by the matriarch - his grandmother. Splitting time between hers and his moms home in Marcy section of Bedford-Stuyvesant Ciph Boogie was front and center as a witness to the rise of the Roc-A-Fella empire.


"My family lived in the same building as Jay –Z’s best friend Tyran “TY-Ty” Smith. My grandmother lived on the 2nd floor and TY-Ty’s family lived on the 1st floor. I lived in Bed stuy until I turned 11 until my family moved out to Canarsie where I reside currently."

Ciph Boogie is poised to release the follow up to his Sometime in New York City Vol EP as he builds on accolades that include: his “Solemnly” being used by ESPN for their Boxing Program Friday Night Fights; in the summer of that same year, his track titled “Rush” was used by Red Bull, for their “Red Bull Racing’s American Vacation” promotional video.  To date the video has amassed over 1M views. Success did not stop there, his “Let’s Work” track was used by the NBA for the Boston Celtics teamwork segment which aired on NBA TV in 2015. 


Ciph Boogie would go to do digital marketing work for the legendary Reggie Osse (RIP), also known as combat jack on his groundbreaking podcast The Combat Jack Show. By 2018 Ciph would return to the booth, collaborating with international hip-hop artist, Dark Dust on a song entitled “Party” which was featured on his 2018 album entitled MK Ultra. A posse cut, the song featured German artist Tarren Wait, Atlanta native Cyia Carter, and Mr. Frosti from Austin, Texas. In the summer of 2018 Ciph Boogie was tapped to do the spoken word intro for the entrepreneur podcast Faith, Grind, Inspire hosted by Dr. Jean Alerte.

"My ultimate goal is to have my seat at the table within the music industry leveraging that into other industries (TV, film, and technology). I may be just known as a “positive” rapper but it is deeper than that.  I create music based on human experience. I like to discuss the good and bad side of life.  I feel that’s more realistic, nothing in life is always positive, nothing life is always negative. My music provides a balance of both." 

From being creative as a child writing short stories, poems and more to learning how to write songs later; studying song format would help him grow and soon enough he knew his talent was worthy of a career in music that would happen as a result of building relationships, keeping up with information, and releasing quality music that is timeless.