Unity Lewis, also known as Young Precise, began performing, drawing, painting and making sculpture as early as the age of three. He started seriously recording music and founded the Napalm Clique, a rap group, in L.A. when he was 13. In the Fall of 2000, Unity moved to the Bay Area were he completed his Bachelors degree in Fine Arts at the California College of the Arts. After attending CCA, he began working on completing his teachers credential for single subject art and his Masters in Education at Mills College. Since 2001, Unity had taught Hip-Hop, art and life skills in public schools across the Bay Area and on the island of Guam, where the Guam Legislature awarded a Resolution for his contribution to students’ lives in 2005. However,  In 2007 Unity decided to leave Mills after the birth of his son. He continued to teach after school programs until 2011, when chose to focus on creating, releasing and performing his own art and music full time.  Unity has collaborated with artists and groups such as Stic.Man of Dead Prez, P.E.A.C.E. of Freestyle Fellowship, Zumbi of the Zion I Crew, Umar Bin Hassan of The Last Poets and many others. Currently he is working on an album that features George Clinton and the PFUNK Allstars, along with Sly Stone and Rappin4Tay.

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