It was an impromptu freestyle competition in 2003 that changed Warren Wint's life plans. Born in New York, NY Warren Wint decided it was music or nothing and committed himself to the lyrical and soulful essence of Hip-Hop. With a love for poetry and musical influences from the late Michael Jackson, Tupac to Sade and J-Dilla, Warren became a student of the craft and sound. He mastered what we call the "Warren Wint Sound", but where would his big break come from?
Warren was added to the BET Network Show 106 & Park in the Summer of 2011 as an on-air hype man. That followed up with an appeareance on Ralph McDaniels' Video Music Box and a placement on the Empire State Mixtape, pioneered by Power 105.1's DJ Whutevva. The exposure gave Warren Wint a digital outlet, and his Youtube page amassed 100,000+ views. Since then he has performed at the legendary Webster Hall and the Southpaw in NYC. His single "One Man's Trash" has landed a spot on Verizon Fios Video on Demand.
Currently, Warren Wint is working on a new project called "The Reset" soon to be released early 2014. His current catalog can be found on Soundcloud, Bandcamp (with the Dope Classmates) and Datpiff.