DJ and music executive nicknamed "5000" who became a legend in the Houston hip-hop scene as the co-founder of the influential label Swishahouse, which has been home to artists like Slim Thug. He is considered one of the godfathers of the "chopped and screwed" movement.
He grew up in the Homestead neighborhood in northeast Houston. He created Swishahouse in response to the rap music coming out of the city's south side.
He has hosted his own mix show on 97.9 The Box.
He married a woman named Latammie and has daughters named Destiny, Kelsey and McKenzie.
He produced the Swishahouse compilation album The Day Hell Broke Loose 3 (2006), which features rappers like Juelz Santana.