Fyütch is a Bronx, NY rapper and educator.
Areas of Interest
- Social Justice and Racial Equality
- Education and Liberation
- Hip-Hop, spoken word poetry, and visual storytelling
- Graduate of Belmont University's College of Entertainment and Music Business
Fyütch (Harold Simmons II) is a rapper, musician, and educator based in the Bronx, New York with a creative career spanning several decades. He made a name for himself in Nashville, TN as the lead singer of the Hip-Hop/Soul band Biscuits and Gravy, which was nominated Best Indy R&B Artist of the Year at the Southern Entertainment Awards and opened for acts including Kanye West and Pharrell.
As an educator, Fyütch leads music, poetry and performance workshops for students of all ages, and releases regular family-friendly rap videos about current events and social movements, many of which are used by teachers for their educational content and empowering message.
Fyütch’s workshops and performances have been popular with corporate clients including Adidas, Under Armor and Ecole de Militaire in France.