Meet Sir Classic rapper, record producer and entrepreneur extraordinaire.
Seneca Dejuan Mcfarland (Born January 30,1977), also known by his stage names Sir Classic, Mista Classic and DJ Sir Classic is an American DJ, actor, entrepreneur, humanitarian, rapper, record producer & radio show producer.
Sir Classic was born in Aurora, Illinois and grew up briefly in Texas as a kid before travelling to Nigeria to live with his grand mother in his teenage years, before coming back to the United States with his mother and siblings and moving to Memphis,Tennessee, he lived in Holly Springs, Mississippi with his grand mother for a short period before finally making Atlanta, Georgia his home.
He worked as a music retailer before founding Dictator Records in 1997.
He released several albums on the label and also released his debut single “My Click So Thick” (2004), “Chevy Thang” (2005).
In 2000 Sir Classic started and organized a music festival called “Classic May Day”/”May Day Classic” an annual community festival helping and showcasing indie and major recording artists and bands.
Sir Classic has been nominated in several categories from the southern entertainment awards and is the producer for “The Sir Classic Show” And “Dictator Radio Show”. His non-music business ventures include a video game promotions and retail business, a barber shop franchise and a marketing company.
Check out his single “My Click So Thick”