Travis Mdollaz, best known as Travis Mdollaz is an American musician and one of Portsmouth, Virginia’s most successful entrepreneurs – with more than six successful businesses under his belt – this philanthropic community-minded go-getter is now ready to continue chasing that dream by way of a career in music. Having mastered a number of other disciplines, this highly artistic and creative individual has turned to music.
|Born||May 23, 1991|
|Age||31 Years of 2023|
|Debut||Ride for Me|
Travis Mdollaz Grew was born at Maryview hospital which is a small town in 1 of the toughest parts of Virginia with a very high crime rate Mdollaz knew from an early age that he had to get out of there and make something of himself! He Grew up Struggling with 3 other siblings Dad incarcerated And his mom doing the best she can to raise Mdollaz and his siblings alone with little to no help.
Mdollaz Always had dreams of being famous as a child him and his sister would pretend to be celebrities on award shows and would use fake microphones as if they were giving a speech, in the early moments family and friends knew mdollaz was special and wanted more out of life then the basis of what they used to.
When it comes to his music, he is different than anything else out there. He doesn’t follow the trends, he set the trends. He does his own thing. He makes his own rules. And he doesn’t look for validation from the general public
He also isn’t reserved about the kind of lifestyle he enjoys. He’s quick to point out that he loves the finer things in life. It’s that lifestyle that first prompted his friends and family to encourage him to pursue a career as a rapper.
“They told me, ‘You actually sound good for starters, so you should just do it,’” Mdollaz said. “So I did a song and music video and people have gone crazy for it. So I’m sticking with it. I hope my music is known for impacting and changing lives. I don’t want to be rapping just to be rapping. I want to rap with a purpose and help people. If my music can give you a kind of blueprint for how to do better, then I’ve done my job.”