Kevon "P-Dollaz" Andrews began rapping in high school, forming the group Night-Hoodz with three friends and opening for acts like Chamillionaire and Juelz Santana. He decided to pursue his solo career, putting out a string of hits in 2005 before becoming incarcerated. With a hunger like never before, P-Dollaz returned to the booth in 2010, generating a huge buzz through his "Hannibal Freestyles" video series and new releases Fast Life and Money Matters (2011).