UNDA is an American born, Bangkok bred recording artist, music producer, sound engineer and multi-faceted entertainer.
UNDA's globetrotting, multicultural upbringing has gifted him with something artists worldwide would kill for - a different perspective. UNDA has deep roots between Bangkok, where he spent his childhood, and Atlanta, where he spent his young adult years - all of which have an important role in creating his unique sound.
Named UNDA as a child due to being shy and working in solitude, UNDA kept his work hidden 'underground'.
At just fifteen, UNDA began working behind the scenes in the Thai music industry as a rapper, producer, and assistant audio engineer for commercial pop artists. After several years of commercial experience, one solid placement, and a mountain of failed projects - UNDA distanced himself from commercial music, and received a scholarship to study Sound Design at the Savannah College of Art and Design (SCAD) in the United States to further develop his craft, with a focus in audio engineering for film and creative sound production for media. This included several internships, apprenticeships, and working on the production team for James Franco's art exhibition, "The Dangerous Book Four Boys".
Following graduation in 2011, UNDA worked as an in-house and freelance sound engineer/producer for major label music studios, film studios, & digital tech studios around the US and Asia (and continues to do so).
In 2015, while immersed in documentary film work around the Asian region, UNDA rose to the surface musically and released Part I & Part II of his three part EP series, "747 " in Bangkok, Thailand.
By releasing original music & original video content, performing high energy live shows, and hosting events from hip hop parties to luxury resort grand openings, UNDA is becoming a staple in the Asian music, entertainment, & media world.
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