At the heart of Vane Awdis lies a poet. His rhymes detail the struggles of daily life, relationships, and the path you walk to become something from nothing. He expresses with clarity the wisdom that he’s unearthed, and speaks to every emotion encountered along the way.
Having always been poetically inclined, his creative storytelling naturally evolved into music-making fifteen years ago. His poems turned into rap and hip-hop tracks; true stories of love, hate, and everything in between. Vane recorded his first mixtape On My Way To Find Myself in three hours, on a ten dollar computer microphone and Sony Acid Pro 4.0, having recorded ten mixtapes since, professionally.
Of Puerto Rican descent, Vane was raised in Woodbridge, VA. Seeing artists such as Selena and Eminem become success stories, having come from nothing and transforming themselves into musical superstars, Vane was inspired to make something of himself. Influenced by the hip-hop sounds of his youth, his music has been shaped by the likes of Tech N9ne, Chino XL, Tory Lanez, Eminem, and Joe Budden.
Working as an audio engineer and recording artist Vane has been a frequent collaborator with numerous artists. He’s shared stages with Vanilla Ice, Fat Trel, and Lil Wyte, to name just a few, and now he’s stepping out on his own and moving into solo territory. Later this month he’s dropping a studio video of Jack My Style Ft. Boomer Da Kid, from VA Bangerz Presents Awdis & Company The Mixtape, and early next year we’ll be seeing a music video for his hit single Side Tracked, from his EP due out in January. Vane also has another album in the works featuring Chino XL, which is due for release later next year.