Terrence Williams PKA Paxton Papi is a 21 yrs old aspiring artists from
Pacoima Calif, located 40 minutes North of Los Angeles.
In 2003, at the age of 8, he made his debut on The True Crimes Streets of LA Video game Sound Track title song (Roll Wit Me) then known as Lil Tbone, one half of the duo group, The Young Billionaires. He appeared along side some of the biggest names to name a few hip hop artist such as Snoop Dogg, Ice-T, N.E.R.D, Dj Quik and E-40.
Paxton Papi continued to home his skills by writing & recording now being a young adult he has re-emerged with Vengeance captivating his listeners with his unique savvy style and word play focusing on using his platform to educate today's at-risk youth of the dangers of drug addiction while musically remaining relevant and street savvy. He also witnessed first hand how drug addiction can destroy your love one's and teaming up with his father, Terrence Williams, Sr. creating H.H.A.A.D. (Hip Hop Artists Against Drugs), a non-profit organization committed to bringing attention and resources to the epidemic of drug abuse inside and outside of the entertainment community.
H.H.A.A.D will launch this vision through a national drug abuse awareness campaign that galvanizes the most powerful elements and resources of the hip hop and entertainment community to create an intervention of hope. H.H.A.A.D.'s primary focus is on children and youth, ages 8 to 18, who others may label "hard-to-reach.
The beauty of Hip Hop is that it was created, perpetuated and is now celebrated by the hard-to-reach. H.H.A.A.D creates positive alternatives to drug abuse for both young adults and children as well as linkages and resources that provide visions of hope. We send the message that the world is filled with reachable goals and "You are NOT forgotten." Our motto is: "My dreams are meant to be, but it's up to me!"
Paxton Papi also posses a remarkable athletic ability gaining a full scholarship playing football at Harding University located in Searcy, Arkansas where he now attends.