Lyrical's 12 inch records with his first group X-Caliber include the classics Butta Messenga (1997) and Brand Name Women (1998) which were mainstream and underground hits both locally and nationally across college radio and mix show formats. WILD 1090, the only mainstream urban format station in Boston, regularly played both records in 1998 on the evening mix-show The Thunderstorm.

Lyrical's next group, the Cambridge based Invasion, received similar air-play results with two 12 inch records Why (2002) and SALT (2003). Both songs were spun on WMJN-94.5FM and many area college stations-and most thorughout the country. His first solo album release, iNFiNiTi (2005), was an album winning critical acclaim and garnering awards with several records being played regularly across all of the major Boston college radio stations. The lead single, The Focuz Is Back (2006), reached as high as #2 on the national college radio charts, with the flip side Come With Me (featuring eNVy) peaking as high as #8 on the same charts months later.

Lyrical, now known as Professor Lyrical, released an album The College Project (2009), utilizing the talents of 20 of his own college students he had taught across four Boston area colleges. Every song was produced by one of his own students, many of which featured cameo performances and instrumentation by his students as well. That project launched the career of his former student, Robie Rowland, who engineered the album and later opened his own studio ECHO. Professor Lyrical would go on to record his album PUT EM ALL TO SHAME  (2013) at Echo with Robie behind the mixing boards. The legdendary DJ Shame produced the entire album and performed all of the scratches. The lead single, GET LYRICAL, was released to mix-shows and college radio as of November 2014 and featured a rare video, which Lyrical filmed in his native Lowell after driving from Boston at nine in the morning in order to return to Cambridge to play basketball in the local lunch league. This timeless album and also comes with a 200 page book which shares the same name.