Rhett was born and raised in Finchley, North London to parents of Irish and Italian American heritage.
His Parents met in New York while his mum worked for Sire records and his dad worked as a tour
manager for the likes of The Ramones and Blondie. Growing up he went to school in the London
Oratory in Fulham where travelling across London daily, further exposed him to the sub-cultures of
graffiti and skating. His first musical steps were through a metal cover band, playing tributes to Black
Sabbath and Motley Crue. This later transcended into a punk band, which with the mix of his later
influences like Terry Reid, Shlomo and Roll Deep, all together formed his current angle on the music he
makes today. Rhett entered a dark period in his life, for about five years from 2012, which left him not
creating music at all, but in 2017 after overcoming this has been on a new journey of musical
exploration and refining of craft.