Hockey player turned rapper who goes by the name Chucky Slick. He made a name for himself with the song "Living The Dream," which he designated as a junior hockey anthem.
He attended a prep school in New Hampshire as a way to further his hockey career when he was expelled as a junior. This inspired his rap career and led him to playing junior hockey.
Along with music, he's also posted videos of his life as junior hockey player to his YouTube channel, where he has more than 10,000 subscribers.
He went back and forth across the country growing up. He was born in Southern California, moved to Virginia, went to school in New Hampshire, returned to California, and then became a full-time hockey player, traveling across the US.
He's said that he first got interested in rap after winning an Eminem CD at an arcade.