Migrated from Guyana,but raised in the Cypress Hills and East New York areas of Brooklyn, New York, Antonio Chance became infatuated with Reggae music as a child. He was influenced by artists such as Frankie Paul ( known as the Stevie wonder of Jamaica), Bob Marley and Dennis Brown etc., Antonio Chance soon began working on his own songs turning his passion for poetry into song writing and eventually earned a considerable reputation around Brooklyn Reggae underground parties where he often performed with his childhood friend sound system Tech Live. Antonio Chance, in his search to produce his own music, began working at Coxsone Music City with one of Jamaica's Top Music Producers, Clement Coxsone Dodd at Studio One Records, as a recording Engineer. There he began working with some of is childhood idols such as Frankie Paul, Dabby Dabson,BB Seaton and many others who also encouraged him to come from behind the consol and be an artist. Antonio Chance's love for music began to expand and he fell in love with R&B and Hip Hop genre of music,which led to his major collaboration in May 1998 with the release of Geffen Records recording Hip Hop artist Killah Priest, Heavy Mental, a Wu-Tang affiliate of the group Sunz Of Man. Antonio Chance recorded several tracks with Killah Priest,but also made the album Atoms to Adam and Mystic City. In addition to the album there was a white label release on vinyl Wolf In Sheep's Clothing, and also a UK release of Moanin featuring Killa Sin.