With the release and success of both Kastlevania projects Eternal set out on a tireless networking campaign that would see him not only performing on shows weekly but also creating relationships with other artists across the United States. In 2006 Eternal returned to the studio to create his highly anticipated solo EP “Blazed & Konfuzed.” Upon the release of the project Eternal was once again nominated at the San Diego music awards for Best Album and later joined forces with another San Diego group Comfortable Creeps with his group Kaslevania to form Kastle Creeps to release another interesting self titled project "Kastle Creeps" in 2009. After the release of his album Eternal connected with the one of the founding members of the West Coast Killa Beez and Black Knight member, The Rugged Monk who immediately recognized Eternal’s dangerous combination of a presence behind the mic crossed with his never say die attitude. Monk immediately made Eternal a member of the West Coast Killa Beez and Eternal made it his priority to continue creating classic music while representing the ever growing Wu-Tang movement. This new affiliation combined with his established name as a solo artist has led Eternal to not only sell over 50,000 units independently but also perform along such notable artists as; Cypress Hill, RZA, Ice T, Too Short, Devin The Dude, Bizzy Bone, Project Blowed, Killarmy, Killah Priest, Papa Chief of Brooklyn Zoo, Canibus, Ill Bill, Necro, Souls of Mischief, Black Knights, The Indovizualz, and many more.
Eternal strives to be more than just an artists, he recently launched an online show “The Eternal Show” which has been described as a Hip Hop version of MTV’s popular TRL featuring in depth interviews, behind the scenes footage and shows with artists such as Raekwon, Planet Asia and Brooklyn Zoo. The show is Eternal’s way of not only spreading his music, the "W" and name but also showcasing the independent artists he is around on a daily basis, who normally might not get the attention they deserve.
While versatile, Eternal is commonly known for his horror core type hip-hop, a sub-genre that is currently lost in hip-hop today, Wu-International catches up with the man to find out how it all started, his Gravediggaz and Marilyn Manson influence, being a part of the KBG, his impressive discography and much more... Enjoy!!