EMCEE. DIRECTOR. DESIGNER.
These are just some of the things Suave-Ski (born Andrew Camacho) embodies. The artist was, in a way, saved by his music. When he found himself getting into trouble with all the wrong people as an adolescent, it was clear he was headed down the wrong path. His parents, unable to adjust, sent him to live with his aunt in Texas. It was there, exposed to the south’s unique style of rap and hip hop, that Suave-Ski discovered he had an affinity for music, writing lyrics to go along with beats his cousin created. “Music changed my life,” explains the artist admitting, “It’s where I found my confidence."
Suave-Ski’s latest project, a solo album entitled SUAVEDUP, tells the intriguing story of the artist’s upbringing and the way he was able to take a potentially disastrous situation and turn it around with the power of his music. Not only is the project an introduction to who Suave-Ski is as a person and artist, but it’s also a way to promote his brand “SUAVEDUP,” which includes a clothing line that features some of Suave's graphic designs. More than just a performer, Suave-Ski is bound to be a household name in hip hop with a lifestyle brand that spans platforms from TV to fashion and beyond.