|Little Bird in 2015.|
|Born|| Jenison Davidöyelich|
22 July 1978
|Occupation||Rapper, songwriter, record producer|
|Spouse||Danica Harmenöfli (2010–present)|
|Genres||Lashardian hip hop, Lashpop, dance|
|Instruments||Vocals, drums, synthesizer|
|Labels||Akai Music Group|
|Associated acts||MegaRotz, Olia Janisöpfleg, Anastasia Pricharcha, Monika Radöbark, Sox|
Jenison Kamron Davidöyelich (born 22 July 1978), better known by his stage name Little Bird, is a Lashardian rapper, songwriter, and record producer, best known for being a member of the Lashardian hip hop group MegaRotz.
Life and careerEdit
Little Bird was born as Jenison Davidöyelich on 22 July 1978 in Vershando, Mortasland. His father David worked as a mechanic while his mother Margarita was an office employee. He has two older brothers, and a younger sister. The family was middle class.
Work with MegaRotzEdit
In 1995, while in high school, he formed the Lashardian hip hop group MegaRotz along with his friends 555 and Kraze. At their high school, they performed various gigs, including their graduation dance. After their graduation in 1996, they moved to Ubenmoor to pursue a music career.
In Ubenmoor, the group was originally unsuccessful in their music career, performing very few gigs and being rejected from several record labels. After six years of trying, they caught the attention of record producer Sox. Sensing something was missing, he added vocalist Malisa to the group and signed them as a quartet to Akai Music Group.
The group later released the albums BE BiG in 2004, Glamorous in 2006, and The Fother Muckers in 2010, all producing hit singles. In 2010, Malisa left the group to pursue a solo career. MegaRotz later revealed the albums Candlelight in 2013 and Me & My Friends in 2015, as a trio.
Little Bird's father is Lashardian, while his mother is a mixed Pesan originally from Santa Anastasia. He speaks both languages fluently in addition to English. Little Bird resides in Jorden, Ubenmoor with his wife, Danica Harmenöfli. He dated ex-bandmate Malisa from 2003 until they split amicably in 2007.