Hailing from the East Flatbush section of Brooklyn (also known as “The 90s,”), Corey Finesse always had a strong passion for music. Recording his very first song at the age of 9, he did not fully take his talents seriously until the 8th grade when his teacher caught him writing lyrics in class. Confiscating his lyrics and reading them aloud to the classroom full of students in hopes of embarrassing him, the students and teacher actually took a liking to the song. This is when Corey discovered his calling. Under tutelage of Mona Scott associate Tiffany Hardin, the youngster would go on to perform at the Brooklyn Hip Hop Festival where he won for best freestyle performance.
Today, Finesse unloads his latest effort in the form of Life After 9. This opus proves that he’s one of New York’s quickest rising rappers and will be for years to come. Hit play above and enjoy.