In just a few short years, OverTime has grown from local, to regional, to a popular national touring act. His album "In And Out Of The Game" helped place the national spotlight on him with the signing of his first record deal with Wapikiya Records and securing worldwide digital distribution and regional physical distribution through The Orchard, formerly IODA Distribution. His music videos have 150,000+ views all done independently with little to no marketing budget. OverTime's music is syndicated on Pandora Radio, Jango Radio, iHeart Radio, Spotify, and numerous FM stations around the country. Recently, OverTime relied on crowd funding to raise $2,500 through his fans to have his latest record "Blue Collar" manufactured and released independently. Naturally he dedicated the album to them and even listed each of their names in the album insert as a way to say thank you.
Today, most things are done in-house for OverTime. Alongside Illest Uminati, formerly Young Jay, OverTime maintains Illest Alumni Records as the President/CEO. The label has 5 artists from Washington, Montana, Kansas, and Virginia. Additionally he is the President of the #ILLUMNI, a fan based movement with members scattered all over the world. OverTime runs his own studio with an extensive clientele. He's mixed vocals for artists like Madchild, Crooked I, Spice 1, Twisted Insane, JL of Bhood, Koshir, Illest Uminati, and Dice, to name a few. OverTime books his own tours, builds websites, manages social networks, edits video, and everything else that pertains to maintaining a career as an independent rap artist. Independently, OverTime has headlined multiple national tours performing all across the United States, touring with other notable acts like Wildcard and Adlib. He's also shared stages with artists like T.I., Machine Gun Kelly, E-40, Andre Nickatina, Nappy Roots, KXNG Crooked (Crooked I), Young Buck, C-Bo, Haystak, Diabolic, Mistah F.A.B., Afroman, Cool Nutz, Illmaculate, and countless other artists from all over the country.
This is only the start for OverTime. In the coming years he aims to be a recognizable name throughout the world and using that notoriety to influence people into positive thinking. "I'll never tell anyone how to live their life. To me, that's not my role. If I can be an example of doing better, good. That's all I can do. That's all any of us can do." - OverTime