Anthony Sanchez, or Professor Majic, is a California native who is logging in long hours of hard work to open doors and windows of opportunities through his music. With a highly-coveted sound in the industry and a strong work ethic, the young artist is the breathing personification of MajicMusickRecordsLLC’s company slogan, “Dream, Work Hard, Achieve, Repeat!”
Professor Majic was raised in an impoverished household, squeezing in with five siblings and both parents in a two-bedroom apartment in San Bernardino, California. For over 10 years, the MajicMusickRecordsLLC CEO and Founder lived in that space, dreaming of a better way of life for him and his family. When he was five, Professor Majic witnessed his best friend’s death, which led to a constant stream of nightmares and day terrors.
He was a child exposed to the horrors of the world. Needing escape, the artist became suicidal. Professor Majic was a tagger, a criminal, a drunk, a thief, a drug dealer, and a boy addicted to porn and drugs. He grew up conflicted, and music became his salvation.
Ten years ago, Professor Majic discovered a love for the raw, genuine sound of hip-hop. At the time, he was a freshman in high school and knew little to none about making music. His friend, local rapper AQZ, mentored and inspired the young Professor to unravel the chains of poverty and trauma, and discover endless possibilities in music.
While pursuing a college degree in Utah and Arizona, Professor Majic couldn’t stop thinking about a career in music. Day in and day out, it was the one thing on his mind. Finally, on September 11, 2019, he returned to California, without a diploma in his hand but with a purpose in his heart.
On May 13, 2020, the independent artist established his record label, MajicMusickRecordsLLC. In the label, he creates a brand-new sound in the marriage of hip-hop and R&B coupled with lyrical prowess and a rugged twist of speed and diversity that will leave listeners breathless in awe.
Professor Majic has completed writing, recording, and performing future hit tracks off of his debut album, “Hip-Hop•101-2020,” and is currently finalizing the writing of his second sophomore album, “Hip•Hop°Evolved,” which will conclude “Eye°am°Hip•Hop,” his debut music trilogy. A screenplay narrating the upbringing of Professor Majic’s parents and older siblings is underway.
The young rapper is eager to explore different forms of art, working on releasing his first clothing line, “MājïÇlöthïñg,” which represents a free and independent spirit in a “Rawthentic” West Coast Mic Checker style that will innovate and change the way everyday clothes are worn and utilized.
As he tirelessly pours in long hours into his business and music plans, Professor Majic holds the graveyard shift as a packer at an Amazon FulFillment Center in Rialto, California. With barely enough time to rest, he stays driven by his desire to give his parents and siblings a comfortable life.
“My parents help support both my sisters to this day after facing recent hardships due to the pandemic,” Professor Majic reveals. “All together my family still has eight people in one house using two restrooms.”
Supporting his family and muddling through decades-old trauma, Professor Majic strives to realize his dreams in music and his family. After winning his battle with vice, the Professor now stands as a proud man of integrity who plans on spreading positivity in abundance to those who need it most.
Through MajicMusickRecordsLLC, Professor Majic hopes his reach “will take away inspiration, motivation, and positivity from my music and content creation.” He serves as an example to the youth whom he plans to one day help overcome addiction and alcoholism.
“I am a positive, intricate individual,” the Professor states, “and consider myself to be well spoken, dedicated as well as self-driven. I want to help others and to spread that message across the world through my music and style.”
Stay updated on the independent artist’s upcoming track releases and business ventures. Take inspiration from Professor Majic’s unique sound on his YouTube channel.
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