Yonge’s musical introduction started at the ripe age of 10 when he was forced to play the classical piano. It wasn't long before he grew bored of its restrictions, and was drawn to the fluid expression of pop, soul, and R&B. Inspired by the music of Jack Johnson he eventually discovered his first love, the guitar. This newfound outlet provided him with creative freedom, fueling his present passions. Sure he dreams of winning a Grammy like most musicians, however it is his true dream to one day assist artists in developing their craft through pioneering approaches, and to facilitate music programs that are accessible to developing areas within his Toronto home. Philanthropic in spirit, he continues to actively engage to assist others, donating his time to many charities including Han Voice (North Korean Awareness), the YMCA, STRUTT (Awareness for Breast Cancer).
He is a graduate of Fanshawe College for the Music Industry Arts program, academically, Yonge set upon studies in music production, establishing a foundational knowledge in key components in the music industry, including law, business, and engineering. His debut album Pieces of L.A. showcased true compositional mastery and his ability to dive into multiple genres from pop to alt-rock. He also received significant notoriety for being sponsored by Labatt, entertaining hundreds of spectators for the Toronto Beer Festival. These experiences were instrumental to Yonge's exploration of his identity as a budding musician as he shape shifts into a new musical form.