Baby Al is a rapper/song-writer from West Baltimore. Inspired by soul/jazz/ house/hip-hop Al's style is very diverse. Al's talent in spoken word poetry started from reading Tupac's "The Rose That Grew from Concrete" which later encouraged him to start creating music. Al is known to be one of the most energetic performer's coming out of Baltimore, he mixes his Baltimore club influences with a innate knack for crowd control. Al is also the co-founder of a consignment/retail shop called The Lor Store.
If you ever get a chance to experience one of Al's live shows you'll notice him using the word 'Swooz' which is a mantra and a way he aspires to live daily. "Swooz is a way of life it's defined as expressing compassion, benevolence, love, and gratitude." - Al Rogers Jr.
Al has been featured in publications such as New York Times, Vice, Noisey, Impose, Saint Heron, and Pigeons and Planes to name a few.