William Wallace is a 21 year old Massachusetts based emcee, who sticks to the roots of real Hip Hop. His smooth tones and flow versatility, mixed with classic production and a humble personality is what sets him apart from other up and coming artists. Wallace is one half of The Hashassins, a Hip Hop duo that consists of himself and Sincere, representing the 413. With the two young emcees being best friends, in 2013 they decided to form the duo and released multiple projects that they dispersed in their high school, building a community wide fan base. In 2014, after graduating, William Wallace decided to move to Boston to further his education and to also make his first steps into Boston’s hip hop scene. He studied Entertainment Management and from there he found other avenues of the entertainment world he enjoyed and began hosting the open mic events at his college’s venue and also hosted a weekly Hip Hop radio show called “The Hip Hop Hour” where he played all local artists and interviewed many of them. After a couple years of hard work, sharpening swords every day by writing for endless hours and taking every single performance opportunity, in March of 2016 Wallace was inducted into the Wreck Shop Movement where he represents the culture at its finest.