Wix fights for what he wants. Whether it was being cut as a freshman from the high school football team to earning his way onto the University of Georgia (UGA) football team. Or when he was told by the NCAA to choose between football or music. The rising hip hop star has shown his fierce determination will take him to the top of the charts.
Wix originally gained popularity when a video of him freestyling at a UGA team event in a Los Angeles comedy club went viral during Rose Bowl Week in 2017.
Following the season, Wix partnered with teammate Tyrique McGhee to release the song “Woah There,” which was picked up by Atlanta and Athens radio stations. His first single “100 Miles” has nearly 500,000 plays on Spotify, and he shot the music video in Beverly Hills.
In April 2020, Patton released two more songs. He partnered with actor/singer Algee Smith to release the single “Pilot,” and then soloed on “Gelato Glued.” Patton’s debut EP, “Everything OK,” will be released later this year.
Patton is currently signed with Atlanta Global Music. Under the tutelage of Don Perry, OOMP CAMP, and Tricky Stewart.
Patton draws inspiration from musical influences, such as Justin Timberlake, Linkin Park, Young Thug, and Coldplay, to develop his own style for songwriting and performing.
For more information about Wix Patton, please visit www.Wixpatton.com, follow @Wixpatton on Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, and YouTube, as well as to check out his music on all major streaming platforms.