It should come as no surprise that Lil Waah has been performing since he was two years old.
After all, Lil Waah was born into a â€œHip-Hop Royal Familyâ€ with a serious pedigree, which includes his father (Waah Dean), his uncle (Dee Dean) and his aunt (Chivon Dean) all co-founders of the Ruff Ryders enterprise of companies and all played integral roles in launching the careers of DMX, The Lox, Eve, Swizz Beatz, Cassidy and solo releases from all three members of The Lox.
“On My Arm” embodies the elements of a new teen pop-star, energetic with a smooth playful flow it verifies why Lil Waah is not only Ruff Ryders next superstar, but the face of Hip-Hopâ€™s next generation. While he maybe young, Lil Waahâ€™s experience far outweighs his age as he asserts, “I just want people to feel me and appreciate my work,” he says. “I take this seriously. I donâ€™t do this because people get paid from it. I really want to change the way music is done.”