Septimius is an American Songwriter and Hip Hop/Pop/Dance Music Recording Artist based in Baltimore, MD USA. He was created thru a vast number of talents and experiences throughout his years. His journey began as a Fashion Model, then Choreographer, Show Producer, Promoter, Talent Manager, Radio Host, TV Host, MC, Male International Pageant Titleholder, Pageant Director and Company CEO. Throughout his life experiences, he always had a passion for music and began performing as an artist and entertainer in the music scene in 1997. He soon started his music career as a featured artist on the X9 records recording label. This led to a debut CD single produced by one of the label's producers and then remixed by the World Renowed Thommy Davis which topped the underground dance music charts worldwide.
Over the years he has shared the stage with such artist as: Pat Benatar, Deborah Cox, Patti Labelle, Musiq Soulchild, Rupaul, Tiffany, Wale', Gov't Mule, Crystal Waters, Ultra Nate', Martha Wash, Peppa Mashay, and Colonel Abrahms.
In 2010, he linked up with Producer Gutta Man of Rocklord Productions to produce the first 4 tracks on the debut album – “The New Rome”. Then finished the album with Producer C4 of Deep Flow Studios. Which was released worldwide in 12 countries and 25 US cities.
Septimius is inspired by ancient european style as well as eccentric artists as Michael Jackson, Prince, Madonna and Lady Gaga. He states that Fashion and History is a source of inspiration for his songwriting and performances which brings to life Septimius the Great.
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