Usually, if you ask a person where they are from, it's one clear, precise answer.Even if they've moved from one city to another once or twice. They'll pick their favorite place, and represent. But ask Yadda Man. He'll get that grin on his face, and you already know the answer is not a simple one. In fact Yadda has lived in more cities at his age  than some 30 year olds have visited. Yeah, his immediate fam moved around... alot. But just as you go Aww, and your heart goes out to him, he'll shut it down and say, "That's the best thing that ever happened to me." In an industry where reppin your city is kind of played out. Yadda reps everywhere he's resided in his flow. With a crisp, diverse cadence. You can't really tell if he's from the South, Georgia, Kentucky or from the Midwest CHi-Town, Toledo or Cleveland. Or is he from the Northwestern hemisphere Omaha, Nebraska or Rapid City, SD. Bottom line is the dude is nice. He's versitile by nature. He understands that music is about style. And he wants and needs his style to be as fresh as possible everytime he touches the pen. Of course he was born with a natural ora and charisma. But he had help formulating his talents into what he is today. Hanging with his uncles Julian Thomas who is also a lyricist, manager Chalie Numbas, Producer Symon Phoenix and stablemate MsFortune really played a huge part in his song making ability. "My Crew was.. well still is brutally honest. You spit some bullSh**t, they will let you know! Quick!"And when you hear the bragodocious lyrics and at times sarcastic lines and bold subject matter. You wouldn't expect him to be so polite, down-to-earth. and super humble. He likes to remind himself and other up and coming musicians..."We are all nobody, just trying to be somebody. Why else would you do this?" To sum it up... Yadda Man is a 22 year old songwriter from everywhere with a story to tell everybody that will listen. "I don't know what kind of rapper I am. I never know how to answer that question. I just hear a beat, it makes me feel a certain way, then I tell some of my story to that beat... But in a different way every time."