DRENZ Morgan Van Dunk A.K.A. Drenz Da Rebel was born in Nyack, NY, and raised in Hillburn, NY, which is located in Rockland County NY. Drenz was a nickname given to him by friends based on the lifestyle he was leading. Drenz is short for the name Drano. Drenz is spelled with an (e) because if you separate the (e) and the (n) it's spells Dre, Now you just add the (nz), and you get "Drenz". Drenz is also a metaphor for drains, which are found in the streets of the world and he is a product of the streets. A normal day for Drenz consists of drinking beer, dealing with women, and holding his life down. This is the meaning of Drenz. The Rebel is another part of his personality that comes out when his (so call) back is against the wall or in a tight situation, whether it's good or bad. A Rebel is one, who resists or refuses to obey the law, authority or control of any kind. Music has been a love of his (mainly Hip Hop) from a very young age. He's been rapping since the first grade, but at the time had a love for breakdancing when it was popular. All throughout Junior High School (Suffern Junior High) and High School (Suffern High) he would compete in school talent shows and this continued throughout His college (Southern Connecticut State University) years. Drenz really started taking music seriously about 3 years after college, he performed in Manhattan NYC, represents the countryside of New York at "Talent America, Club Speed and Club Pyramid", etc. Drenz Da Rebel was introduced to Clay J. Wilson, President/CEO OF CLAYTONQUEST RECORDS in the winter of 2003 (an independent recording label based in Rockland County NY), by Edwin Mann A.K.A. Ed One of Street Camp Productions, and both Ed One and Drenz have been working with the company ever since. The first release called "The Interview" is produced by Blue Murphy (Blue Murphy appears on CLAYTONQUEST RECORDS) and features music production by Ed One. This record will drop in Tower Records stores in January 2006. Drenz has faith that all will go well and good things will happen with his music now and in the future.