Avery Azylum is not what you call mainstream savvy when listening to the experiences he has lived through in his music. Blessed by the opportunity he was presented when signed onto West Coast Records has given him the chance to gain the ears of listeners everywhere he performs.
Azylum started rapping at the age of 12 and has always imagined himself as a respected MC since then, with influences from Redman to Lil’ Wayne, Jay-Z and Eminem. Avery has drawn influence from his older Cousin Aaron “Trill” Smith who was the first person to show him the ropes of writing a verse/song and has fired him up into a momentum that is non-stop to anticipate something different every time a piece is written. Having done shows early in his career as an opener for big headline names, Azylum has worked his way up to co-headlining venues such as Toyota Center to sold out shows in Spokane’s “Knitting Factory” venue.
Avery has done everything out of the norm, which makes him a one of a kind artist as he never sticks to one style. His versatility and raw form of art will always keep you on the edge of your seat. Along with singers Jai Kelly, Alphy Nics (Young Rich Nics) and rapper Quintin Kolt, Azylum is on the rise to success with West Coast Records.