Lano was originally born in Jamaica, then moved to Boston when he was around 3 years old. His interest in the music industry started when he wrote poetry and lyrics in the 7th grade, but he did not record my first song until he was a freshman in high school.

"As a Jamaican kid, I was exposed to a lot of reggae music which sparked my initial interests. I listened to reggae/dancehall artists such as Bob Marley, Buju Banton, Sizzla, Damian Marley, Vybz Kartel," he mentioned, "so I already had a love for music and one day I just picked up the pen and pad, began writing every single day about things that I was going though. I write a lot about life experiences such as heartbreak, trust issues, love etc. so just knowing that I had a way with words and poetry made me want to get into music."

LANO says that he has a lot of favorites of his creations then continued on to say that 'Trust Issues' or 'Switch Up' are his favorites, because of how raw and real the lyrics are, "the music I make is about my life and things I have gone through." Being an artist means well to LANO because he loves being able to move and inspire those that listen to his songs or musical projects, "I love when people reach out to me to let me know that my music hit them in some way. I’ve had people tell me that my music put them in a place they haven’t been in a long time," he added, "these are the kinds of messages I live for. I love inspiring people to do better and be better."

LANO's message to his supporters and audience: "I want my audience to know that as saturated as this music industry may be, I will continue to make meaningful music. Everything I’ve written has been about my life so as I improve my skills and experience more out of this life,  I will continue to make good music."






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