Born: February 20, 1993
Raised between America and the island of Trinidad and Tobago, Aaron Fresh is a breath-taking combination of West Indian and American culture.
Beginning his love affair with song at an early age, 17-year-old Aaron knew that he wanted to sing by the time he reached seven years old. Aaron is the youngest of two brothers. His family lived in several different cities around the United States until his mother sent Aaron to live with his grandmother in Port-Au-Spain, Trinidad at eight years old. In Port-Au-Spain, Aaron gained a sincere appreciation for reggae, dub and calypso music. He drew inspiration from homegrown West Indian acts like Buju Banton and Sizzla.
After graduating from Holy Names Prep School and attending Holy Cross College briefly, Aaron returned to the States to live with his mother in Southern California. Then one day after school, as Aaron and his friend were rehearsing for their high school talent show and the young man's voice caught the ear of producer Reo Mitchell who has helped him turn in to the successful recording artist he is today.
He is quite the practical joker and routinely tricked his friends into silly things for fun.