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Back in the spring of 2011, Mark Richard, Jr. made a life changing decision; the graphic design world would not be able to solely contain his creative talents. It was at that time that his alter ego, Witty, was born. Witty’s high energy and honest brand of hip hop has amassed a battalion of fans across multiple countries, and continents, who are dedicated to spreading his music to anyone who will listen. Witty is known for working on a song until he believes it is perfect, much preferring to create quality masterpieces over a quantitative amount of ‘freestyles’ over beats he hears on the radio. This dedication to perfection is the reason he has seen such a large amount of growth in such a small amount of time, and it's the explanation of why his fans stand so strongly behind his music. The critics who are too lazy to truly pay attention to Witty’s talent will just have to keep watching the rise, because the movement is just beginning. Mark Richard Jr, better known as Witt Lowry, is a rapper from Connecticut, United States. He originally planned on becoming a graphic designer. However, in the spring of 2011, he realized that wasn’t what he wanted to do—and Witt was born. The name “Witt Lowry” originated when he was looking through a dictionary and came across the word “witty”. Later on, though, he decided to drop the “y” because it only made him harder to find online. The name “Lowry” comes from his middle name, Laurence. Witt is known for his “high energy and honest brand of hip hop,” and because of this, he has amassed thousands of fans across the world. His fans are dubbed part of “#TEAMWITT.” Since 2011, Witt has released four albums, and has another album coming sometime in 2017. His first album was "Headphone Hero," which was released in 2012, followed a year later by "Kindest Regards," and, in 2015, "Dreaming With Our Eyes Open." Two years later on September 18th, 2017, Witt released his fourth album "I Could Not Plan This," along with his first headlining tour. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply.