Underground Rap Music Community

Mox Narsky

Iowa City, Iowa

Music Artist
  1. Michael James Bednarsky (Born February 26th, 1991), better known by his stage name Mox Narsky, is an American writer/poet from Shelton, Connecticut.

    Michael Bednarsky was born in Bridgeport, Connecticut. He is the son of public school teacher Bruce Bednarsky and nurse aide Carla (Oppelt). Michael was raised around musicians and singers, learning about many genres of music at a young age. In 1996, he was introduced to hip-hop/rap by albums featuring Bart Simpson of the famed cartoon television series; the songs were an immediate influence. He took piano, violin, guitar, and saxophone lessons throughout the 1990s and 2000s, but decided to focus on his singing/rapping and songwriting abilities.

    In 2006, Michael generated local buzz from his rap/funk single "Right Creations (Why Cry?)" and self-produced The Winning Numbers EP.

    In 2010, he met Bridgeport producer Juan Ocasio who assisted production on Michael's debut LP entitled All Else Fails. In 2011, Michael made a cameo appearance in the "TLTN (Too Lazy to Name)" music video by Bridgeport rapper Captain Mack from Team Green.

    In 2011, Michael moved to Iowa City and starting working on his second rap album with producer Yung Tony.

    All Else Fails is currently being wrapped for release. Michael is also tailoring an upcoming poetry book for release as well as writing a play.