Lostman got his name from early on playing percussion drums. He was known as the guy who would get "lost" in music. Growing up in Miami-Dade County in Florida, Lostman picked up drumsticks by the age of 7 and was fully immersed in the art of sound. Speaking on his views on his craft he notes, "I feel like music is one of the purest forms of expression". In the 6th grade after coming across a show on MTV titled "The Lyricist Lounge Show", he knew he wanted to rap.
Fast forward to the present-day, Lostman had his breakout moment professionally getting the opportunity to work with rapper Flo-Rida. In addition, he also has worked with the likes of Trina, Pleasure P, and singer 6lack. Currently, the artist is working on "Lost Art Available" album and is expected to release project Summer 2020.