Amari, real name, Donterrius Walker, is a music & film producer, documentarian, DJ, director, editor, and writer. So far, he has released two documentaries (Uhuru: Rooting our Voices  & B.I.W.B. Documentary , two EPs (B.O.S.Y & From Role to Self), a mixtape (Track-out Snippets Vol. 1), a podcast (Experiencing and Realizing), and an album (Barley Passing), with no hopes of slowing down. He is currently in his last semester here at Lehigh University and during his time here he helped create a recording studio on campus and DJ, multiple times, for the only Hip-Hop Theatre Show, a performance created by his mentor Kashi Johnson. He is also a 3x Williams Prize Award Winner (twice in 2018 and once in 2019), with his 2019 award being for Musical Composition, the first Hip-Hop/Spoken Word track to do so.