Robert (RX LORD) Lewis was born in St. Louis Mo., groomed in the Gulf Coast and raised in Central Florida. He grew up making records for an independent record company in Miami, owned by Cuban immigrants. He began recording professionally at the age of 16 going on 17. Raised by mother and adopted father, whom was psychologically damaged from the Vietnam War; Robert was exposed to violence throughout most of his childhood. Selling millions of records throughout his youth with no notoriety, the infamous lead singer of Bass Patrol’s Kings of Bass, worked his way up from a child prodigy, song writer and arranger; to grabbing the attention of Michael Jackson’s label MJJ Records and doing a sound track through that entity. The ever changing world along with its hardships, seasoned the now adult author, and allowed him to find a medium between the bitter and the sweet experiences he has encountered- causing him to express his hardship in words; much like he did when he was a kid. Faced with adversity on countless occasions, and winning as many times as he has lost. This seasoned veteran writer has finally come full circle with his karma and all that is owed to him.