A. Randolph’s music can be described as an old school vibe mixed with a soul groove.
When he was 13, A. Randolph began intense training in classical music at the Zamar School of The Performing Arts. He spent his spare time practicing his craft while other kids were at play. At age 15, he and his classmates formed an urban inspirational and music production group called “DNA MUSICBOYZ,” which was also known as “Bles Praiz” and “KING.”
They experienced some commercial success with urban inspirational hits on radio like the song, “Grateful” and piqued the interest or record labels like Universal Music Group.
A. Randolph has been seen headlining at Miami Gardens Wine and Food Experience, and on the stage at Funk Fest where he debut songs from his new project, “The S.M.A.S.H Room”.