Life In Our Music is turning into an ode for people of real struggle. Highlighting their ways of life through a 14-song compilation Young Biggs and Problem Child introduce you to Framingham, Massachusetts. From music to influencing a community, Young Biggs has made a name for himself based on being a known socialite within his community. Being forced to serve over 4 years in prison, Biggs used that time to rebuild and rechanneled his inner focus. Upon his release is when he established himself as a barber at Dream Team Barber Shop, where he used his gracious poise and charismatic energy to re-build strong ties within Framingham. It was at this time where Young Biggs partnered with his long-time friend and brother, Problem Child. Problem Child is known for his climatic delivery and potent wordplay. He too is a Framingham native, so when it came down to creating a project representing his home, it was a no-brainer to collaborate with Young Biggs. Being the oldest of a family of eight, Problem was forced to find himself at an early age, with no real presence of his mother as she overcame her addiction and an absent father, Problem’s story began to unfold. Life In Our Music is a musical narrative depicting the life of hardship and growth. “This is our story and our come up,” says Problem, highlighting one of his favorite songs on the project Problito. Young Biggs highlights his favorite as being, May 26th, where he says, “was supposed to be a solo single, but now it’s featuring Problem Child and is one of the most fire songs on the project.” On February 20th, 2021 Young Biggs and Problem Child performed at the Black Excellence Showcase that featured live on Hip Hop Weekly’s Instagram live. Curated by Sparksink PR, and featured SmokeHouse Media and Radio Redd Roxx of Hip Hop Weekly, scoring Young Biggs and Problem Child distribution through Dope Fresh Music Group/ Believe.