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@GreydonSquare

About Greydon Square

Greydon Square, the super-gross, is a scientific, philosophical, atheistic rapper; and he’s sick with the flow like he lives on a boat.

Born and raised in Compton, California; he endured the struggles of group homes and gang violence. In fact, his father was a gang leader, and his mother was in custody during his birth. After a gun charge limited his options, Grey made a plea deal and joined the military.

Around this time, he became disillusioned with christianity, and documented his deconversion with his 2007 debut The Compton Effect; named after the x-rays' change in direction and energy after electron emission.

His albums would continue to be named after scientific ideas; he would later debut The Cpt Theorem in 2008, a highly personal album which covered his military experiences (in addition to his usual scientific themes).

In 2011, Grey dropped the first album of a quadrilogy, Type I : The Kardashev Scale; named after a metric that determines the technological abilities of a society based on their ability to harness energy. “Type I” is a measurement on that scale, although Grey believes we’re only at “.7”.

In 2012, Grey dropped the sequel, with the double album Type II : The Mandelbrot Set. The Mandlebrot set is a set for which the sequence “(c, c² + c, (c²+c)² + c, …)” does not approach infinity, resulting in beautiful imagery.

On 2015’s winter solstice, Grey dropped his highly anticipated triple album Omniverse : Type 3 : Aum niverse, and emphasized scientific knowledge more than ever before.

Greydon is currently working on Type 4, which will be a quadruple album.


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