He Is Credited As Atlanta's 1st White Rap Artist To Ever Release An Album That Was Available In Retail Chain Stores, Such As Sam Goody's, Tower Records, HMV, Etc. He Released His 1st Demo Tape In 1997 Called "Smile Now, Cry Later", Which Was Followed By His Debut Album "Down South Hustla" That Was Released On 1-5-99. From That He Gained A Lot Of Attention & Was Approached By Several Independent Labels. He Signed With Mo' Money Records Along With Homebwoi (formerly of ColliPark Music), And Was To Re-Release His Debut Album "Down South Hustla" With New Added Tracks That Were Not On The Original Version. He Linked Up With Atlanta Rap Legend Hitman Sammy Sam And Recorded Over A Dozen Songs Together. Some Of Them Were To Be Featured On The Re-Release Of "Down South Hustla". Before The Album Could Be Re-Released Thru Mo' Money Records, The Record Label Folded. So Infamous-C, Started Back Up His Independent Label Dangerous Trend Records, Which He Originally Had Launched Back In 1997. He Began Recording His 2nd Solo Album "V.I.P." In Late 2000, The Album Was Often Delayed Due To Setbacks From Legal Issues That He Was Dealing With. The Delays Paid Off Though, As He Collaborated With Platinum Artists The Game, 2pac's Outlawz, Gangsta Boo of Three 6 Mafia, Tha Realest (formerly of Death Row Records), Hitman Sammy Sam, DJ Kizzy Rock,& Many Others. His Album "V.I.P." Was Released On 3-10-09 And It Is Considered An Underground Classic, Containing The Hit Singles "Infamous", "Gangsta" (feat. The Game), "Move" (feat. Hitman Sammy Sam),& The Classic "Thuggin' 4 Life" (feat. 2pac's Outlawz), The Album Had 2 Supporting Music Videos "Infamous" & "The Greatest Gift Of All" (feat. Todd Watson) Both Videos Have Over 1 Million Views Each Combined From His YouTube & VEVO Channels.