Cory Early, better known as Peter Pluck was born in Baton Rouge, La on February 14, 1983. For as long as he can remember, he has taken an interest music; being reminded by hearing stories of him turning his grandmother’s pots, pans, and lamps into a drum set. He began advancing his love for music playing in the band at Kenilworth Middle School, under band director Mr. Khorn, where he learned to read and write music. All through high school he remained active in the band and also in the acappella choir at Glen Oaks High school. As he transitioned from middle to high school he began to take his interest in poetry seriously, which was then turned into an interest to write songs. Being musically inclined, Pluck began to produce music and develop a craft in hip hop. Being influenced by lyrical content, Peter has a vast broad view of musical influences from Prince to Def Leopard; a very eclectic music lover. Wanting a musical career in late 2000, working with friend Charles “Heavy” Lewis to drop his debut album of what he now calls “Southern Ghetto Gospel Soul Music” but as years went by he just had a lot of material. After numerous run ins with the law, leaving music alone to be a father, and being incarcerated; once released in 2010 Peter Pluck starting his own journey to become successful with his music.

Peter started Crawfish & Sugarcane Entertainment L.L.C. in late 2013 and has been gearing up to drop his debut album “Explore My Versatility”, but before he drops the album he will drop the mixtape “City of Dreams” to continue to reintroduce himself to fans. He is no stranger to the stage having opened up for acts such as Young Ready and Z-Ro just to name a few, and has fans all over the world. He has worked with artist such as NIP, Mr. Bad Bad, K.B., Lady Lex, Beat Flippa, K.C. Rouge, Sidewalk tha villain, and the list goes on and on.