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Trackademicks was born in Alameda, California, to a Filipino father and African American mother. He began playing the saxophone in fourth grade and continued throughout high school. During high school, he joined Youth Radio where he met the founding members of the Honor Roll. Trackademicks began making music while attending the University of San Francisco. After graduating, he began to work with Mistah F.A.B., whom he produced six songs for on the rapper's sophomore release, Son Of A Pimp, released in May 2005. In 2006 he produced an unofficial remix of "Tell Me When To Go" by Bay Area rapper E-40, garnering widespread popularity.

Trackademicks has collaborated with many other artists including J*Davey, Kid Sister, Phonte of Little Brother and grammy nominated Foreign Exchange, Lyrics Born, and Teedra Moses.

He has also done remixes for notable artists such as Zero 7, Platinum Pied Pipers, Yummy Bingham, Chromeo, and The Editors.