Growing up with a musician father, and being one of seven children, Triton was exposed to all kinds of music. Artists like Eric Clapton, B.B. King, Buddy Guy from his father and Nirvana and The Red Hot Chili Peppers from his brothers and sisters. Early exposure to 90s culture and music like this led to Triton finding his roots in RnB and Alternative genres.
Under the guidance of his father through middle and high school, Triton became fascinated with the art of songwriting. Learning songs, writing songs, talent shows, art shows. Music quickly became his life.
At the end of 2014, Triton left his birthplace near rural Sacramento, CA to move to Boston, MA and pursue a higher understanding of his craft at Berklee College of Music. Battling homelessness, living in hostels, working two jobs, going to school full time, and playing music as much as possible, this was a difficult time.
The next year, Triton released his debut EP “Like This”(2015). Then “Sure”(2016 EP), “Hire Me”(2018 EP), “What I Mean” live single(2019), “Like This” live single(2020), and “The Weekend” (acoustic) ft. Paul Yu on guitar(2020) Triton also has a new pending project due out this year(2020) and dozens of unrecorded songs in the vault.
Singer, Songwriter, Videographer, Director, Editor, Writer, Producer, Creative Coordinator. A few titles Triton takes on, on any given day. Conveying messages of love, equality, and empowerment through romantic story telling, groove, visuals, and melody, Triton has a magnetic voice and captivating material that can create a vibe for any occasion.