Born Nathaniel McGehee-Fulton on September 13, 1993 in Racine, WI. Nates childhood was pretty rough, after his brother and him were taken from there mother in California at the age of 2 and were sent to there real father back in Wisconsin. Nate was only 2 years old and his brother was a half year old at the time. After living with his real father for roughly 6 years, Nates father thought he would be happier with his mother, and so Nate was picked up by his mother and step-father and moved to Colorado 2001 at the age of 7. His brother was left to live with his father. Nate was instantly brought into a loud music household. Rock and Metal music was played mostly because of his step-father. Nate grew up listening to bands such as Pink Floyd, Disturbed, Alice in Chains, Metallica, Linkin Park, and many more bands. At the age of 13, Nate expanded his music library to rap/hip-hop. He started listening to Ludacris, Eminem, T.I, and more. Nate started to experiment with writing rhymes at the age of 14, and has been working on them ever since then. He also started producing music at the age of 15, using a demo version of FL Studio. He gave himself the name Young Perry at the age of 16. His skills have grown tremendously over the years. Although Nate dropped out of high school his senior year, moved out of his parents and then sometime after that lost his job. He had then started selling drugs to be able to pay bills, but then things started getting sketchy with people, so Nate stopped selling drugs. During those days, Nate still maintained to find time to make beats. Now 19 Years old, Nate decided to get back into high school to finish getting his education and diploma after recognizing how important it will be to him in the future. In his free time from school and making music, listens to music most of the time, listening to a wide range of different genres of music from different decades like the 1980's. He still works on music under his new name Nate Perry, producing his own beats and writing his own lyrics and recording at home in a make shift studio, in hopes to make it in the music industry.