Award-winning producer and rapper who helped pave the way for the Atlantic City music scene and became the first Atlanta rapper to get airtime. He founded the record labels On Point Records, RTD Productions and Tight 2 Def Music. He authored the book The Record Business: The Uncut Truth. He was awarded the JMJ-Lifetime Achievement Award in 2007 and The Architect Award for his status as a recording artist in 2011.
He began his musical career in 1986 with the release of his first self-titled single "Raheem the Dream" under Arvis Records.
He was awarded a Proclamation for Raheem the Dream Day on April 21, 2016 due to his efforts and contribution to the City of Atlanta music scene.
His real name is Micaiah Raheem but he has been known by the moniker Raheem The Dream since 1986. His mother is Dr. Zakiyyah Raheem, Ph.D.