Biography

Evan Komora  known as his stage name “Renegade Poetics” is from Laconia New Hampshire. his ethnicity is a mix of African-American, Caucasian, and Italian. His father graduated Berkeley school of Music in the 70’s and was the only black member in his band. He passed away when Renegade Poetics was 7 years of age. He was a professional Bass Player. He decided to follow his fathers footsteps and dive into the music industry by storm. After graduating high school at 17 he went on to a community college. Graduated community college at 18 and than enlisted in the the United States Marine Corps at the age of 19. He did one tour to Japan for  two in a half years and finished his last year in a half on Camp Pendleton California. After leaving the marine corps honorably in 2013,  he landed his first major opening in Manchester NH for Papoose in 2014. Renegade Poetics has been involved in music since 4th grade. He taught himself how to play the bass, acoustic 6 string, and 12 string as well as electric guitar and piano. Renegade Poetics has been in the Hip-Hop and R&B scene since 2000. He established his record label Street Poetics Entertainment in 2004, and has release his first album “Cold Wind” which was a great success. Following the release of his album “Cold Wind” he landed his first feature with Gucci Mane called “Playmaker” as well as a second feature with MJG & 8Ball  called”So Hungry”. Both singles are available in all major online stores, streams, and distributors. In 2014 he landed a spot on the “No Tolerance for Weak Rappers” Mix tape hosted by Fruity Loop King. He is currently working on his second album “Temptation”  and many other collaborative projects with other artists and producers from the US to the UK

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