Overview: "They say that black is beautiful, but poverty is so ugly..."
Just one example of the riveting imagery, in every line of every verse that CELO drops. With his debut solo project, "Armageddon", CELO gives you more than just glimpses of greatness, he gives you a panoramic view of poetic genius.
Born Enoch Elliott, CELO was raised with his four siblings in Miami Florida. As a child he spent most of his time alone, and always had a special gift for music and expression.
Like many young black men, CELO fell victim to the struggle of street life, and found himself entangled in the judicial system.
While serving ten years in a Georgia prison, CELO worked hard to turn his life around and found peace within his music and built a strong relationship with God.
"I always felt the purpose of my life was to serve God and to comfort and embrace the sorrowful and hopeless ones. "I sympathize with the under dog... I hurt more for others than myself."
After being released he moved to Arizona and was signed to Hilltop Artist Site
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