Amon says, “This is a never ending process. Our failures have turned into research and development. We can’t make anymore excuses we push ourselves. But that’s the beauty in the process. Pray this visual finds you wanting to take accountability and become your own biggest fan. Go hard as you possible can with it and then live with the results.”

Independently creating beats and telling his stories on top of them, Amon lives by the motto: no excuses. As a teenager who dreamed of becoming a professional skateboarder, Amon hit the pavement on the daily. One day, he took a hard fall that left him temporarily immobile. While he was recovering, he began to experiment with music as a cure for boredom. Amon was fascinated by the world of recording. College in Atlanta further fueled his love of creating, and in 2015, he returned to San Diego with a marketing degree in hand and intentions to make music as a living.

In 2016, Amon dropped one song per week for an entire year. This always on strategy gained the attention of press and new fans alike. A track from the collection called “Lately” started to bubble up, becoming Canada’s #1 viral song on Spotify and #9 in the US. On this track and others, fans and music critics have commented on Amon’s ability to speak into his experiences and connect with listeners on a deeply personal level.

Following “Lately”, Amon hit the road, performing from the East to West coasts, opening for artists like DJ Khalid, Amine, and A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie. He began partnerships with brands like Sonny Digitaland New Balance. He continued to release more music for his fanbase, and that led to continued fan discovery.

Amon continues to build his house, and he knows that this is just the beginning of his career as a multidimensional artist. Amon is just warming up, and you’re invited.