Ask Phant'm {b/k/a Phant'm of the Hip-Opera} what rap record
changed his life and he laughs. All of them. Ive been doing hip-hop
since I was 11. I was raised by hip-hop. This is my destiny.

Phantm's destiny is now your reality with hip-hop that
doesn't rely on gimmicks and formula to get the job done: just a wicked
beat and ingenious flow.

Feel good songs, political thinkers, and club
banger's are certainly part of his arsenal but there's much more to
Phant'm. A lot of artists keep their art and personal lives separate. I
cant do that. Rap is more therapeutic for me. Whatever I'm going through
or feeling I put that into a song. Such is the case with moody cuts
like My Release or Let it Be, which document the struggles he has
undergone on the road from the street corner to the record industry. I
want to be multi- faceted, Phant'm explains. I got club songs, I got
girl songs. But a lot of my songs are personal, and you not only can
feel how I felt, but see exactly what I saw .I give you a visual!!

Born In NYC, Travis Snow lived in Brooklyn till he was 18
and from there moved upstate to attend college, and just recently
graduated Touro College's Digital Media Arts program with honors, and
now is a practicing recording engineer managing a studio in Brooklyn;
while also working on other projects with many individuals in the music

The youngest child of 5, Travis heard gospel soul & "oldies" in his
home, and hip-hop on the streets. He absorbed the songs of old school
legends like Rakim, Big Daddy Kane, Krs-One & Kool g rap. Plus, gone
before achieving greatness alumni: Tupac , Biggie, Big-L, and Big Pun.
By the time he turned 16 Travis had decided to take his love of hip hop
and his burgeoning skills to another level. I went on a total rampage in
my area. If there was a cipher on the corner, or a show I was there.
After a while it became common knowledge in my neighborhood that I was
aiight and my confidence grew. So much so that Travis started hitting
local studios to do his first tracks for the love of the music, and as
release of aggression.

Ask Phant'm what he wants people to
walk away with after checking out his songs and he replies, A better
feel of me. Not to feel like Im, am just an artist, but that I'm a
regular person.And just a chance to bring them a completely different
experience. Not just as a rapper, but as someone who made a huge impact
on the entire entertainment industry on several levels.I'm very serious
about what I do. This is the music Ive been wanting to make my whole