After years of having produced for other artists I decided to release my own full length CD in 2000 under the moniker of “Omega.” I had a fun time producing all of the tracks except for “How You Want It,” which was produced by my good friend B.E.R.I.D.O.X. (Bryant Tabb). Years later I find the title of the CD to be so interesting – – as today, “Journey” is clearly a theme I refer to often when it comes to my life and the pursuit of my passions. Check it out!
As time progressed, I feel back into my music nickname of “Trig” which was given to me as a DJ as long-time again. When I started DJing in my early teens, as my nickname was Bernie, they called my DJ Trigger B. Overtime it was just shortened to Trig. In the late 90s I transitioned from my work in secular music to Christian Hip-Hop as I was not only convicted, but saw the tremendous opportunity to use it as a tool to touch lives. In the early 2000s I put together the Corelink Compilation.
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