Many artists go a lifetime without seeing a record deal. Luke Christopher landed two before the age of 21. The triple threat talent who can sing, rap, and produce started out playing around on a popular music app called GarageBand with his brother and cousin. By 17 he was good enough to want to share his talent with other people outside of his family.

One of those people was Interscope co-founder, Jimmy Iovine who later signed the Los Angeles artist. Shortly after that deal, he decided to leave to later sign with RCA. Watch the video to hear Luke Christopher discuss more on how he got his start, and the creative differences that led to his exit from Interscope.


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