Chris Wyatt born (Christopher Bruce Wyatt) August 16, 1988 in St. Louis, Missouri. Soon relocated to Huntsville Alabama by the time he was 4 years old. Growing up Wyatt was always in tuned with his creativity and his interests in music or drawing. As he grew older, Wyatt’s creativity began to flourish, and he began rapping at the young age of 12 years old with friends and family member. Wyatt's creativity was also shown through his sense of fashion. He would always come up with ways to always look his best. Eventually Wyatt’s infatuation with the latest fashion trends, clothing and shoes led him into committing small petty crimes to come up with the money to be able to keep up with the trends.
Wyatt started recording music with a couple of friends in their mother’s apartment and was noticed by a local entrepreneur that believed Wyatt would be the next best thing out of Alabama. By this time Wyatt had an extensive juvenile record, was currently on probation for a possession of cocaine, fleeing and eluding law enforce and subsequently at the age of 18 was charged with armed robbery. Wyatt ended up being sentenced to 20 years in the Alabama Department of Corrections, but served a little under 8 years on the charge.
Wyatt never stopped working on his craft over the 8 year time in which he was incarcerated. The time way allowed for Wyatt to master his creative ability at writing and rapping. By the time of his release, Wyatt took his music career way more serious than ever before. In 2016 after being released from prison, Wyatt began recording his first studio project called, Hindsight 20/20 with Operation Takeover LLC and 360 Promotion. His first single "Sheeda" can be found on all digital streaming outlets. Hindsight 20/20 is Wyatt’s way of saying, “it’s better to learn late than never and knowing what path you take may not be the one your meant for.”