Eliot Ness grew up with music. To him, it was nothing new because it was a constant and celebrated thing in their household. His sister, none other than one of the best female MC rappers today, The Lady of Rage, inspired him to pursue a career in the music industry. Eliot saw his sister’s admirable work ethic and dedication to her art. He also wanted that for himself and more.
Today, Eliot is more than just the brother of The Lady of Rage. He has built his own name and reputation in the business. Eliot’s sound is distinct, not only from his sister’s music, from the rest of the pack. It combines what he likes to call the chopped and screwed approach of his home, Houston, Texas, and the words that speak of his life journey.
Eliot has come far in his career. Currently, he holds numerous mixtapes and has worked with the biggest names in the music industry. Among the talented individuals, he has collaborated with Paul Wall, Willie D, Daz Dillinger, Scarface, Devin The Dude, and Leunell. Truly, Eliot has what it takes to belong in the circle of heavyweight artists in the business.
Eliot Ness shows his authenticity and transparency through his music. His tracks are somewhat comparable to biographies, where he describes the success and failures he has been through creatively. His uniqueness is the reason why Eliot has been able to showcase his music to a global audience through major music platforms such as MTV and VH1. Eliot has also collaborated on mixtape projects with Wyclef Jean and Lil Jon.
Eliot’s new album, I’m Me Pt 1, got released on March 17, 2020. He recently his new single, Mary Jane which dropped last June 8. The single features Leunell, Devin The Dude, Yung Redd, and Tony Mack, and was produced by Bruce Bang. His songs are real works of art and have been welcomed by enthusiastic audiences worldwide. Eliot’s previously released singles, Small Time GMix and Fast Lane, also added to his success.
Eliot didn’t have a comfortable life. But he did not treat his circumstances as hindrances to his dream. He was only six months old when his mother died of Lupus. Eliot grew up mostly under his grandfather, who inspired him to become an entrepreneur. He was Eliot’s father-figure. But a time came when both of his grandparents lost their fights to congenital heart disease. Eliot was devastated, but he knew he had to go on.
Before his loss, Eliot built his own company, HOB wear in the early 2000s. Soon after it’s popularity and success, HOB entertainment was born. Eliot knew he was making his grandfather proud by continuing to live the life he has worked so hard for.
In 2010, Eliot found out that he had chronic systolic and diastolic congestive heart disease. The loss of his loved one still hurt Eliot, and yet he was facing a new problem. But instead of seeing his condition as a curse in their bloodline, Eliot saw it as an opportunity to take care of himself better. Since then, he was more mindful of his lifestyle and made the necessary changes.
Eliot still wanted to do more, and he was determined not to let his disease stop him. The artist is now passionate about raising health awareness in struggling communities, especially to individuals who have Lupus and congenital heart disease. He is working closely with people and organizations who will cater as avenues for his advocacy.
Indeed, Eliot Ness has been through it all. He has seen both the good and bad sides of life. Yet, he turned his hardships into art. Now he envisions his music to reach listeners all across the globe and encourage young, aspiring dreamers to believe in themselves.Stay updated on Eliot Ness’ career in the music industry through his website.