September 2015 was Empirical Knowledge’s first appearance on the local Colorado scene. He opened for RA the Rugged Man and A.F.R.O. After grabbing the attention of Colorado hip-hop artist Black Pegasus, EK was given a major opportunity to prove himself. Over the next 2 years, Empirical Knowledge put in extreme work dropping 2 mixtapes, 1 album and opened up for multiple top recording artists. Some of these major artists include Strange Music’s and Krizz Kaliko, Ces Cru, Mayday, and Stevie Stone along with Connecticut’s very own Chris Webby. EK took a step back from the music scene in 2017 because of personal life struggles that needed handling. These challenging struggles changed EK, and once again his music would reflect his evolving life. One persisting image of EK comes from Mordahky who is the alternate personality that comes to life on the microphone when EK is alone or creating something new.