|Birth name||Phillip Nickolas Katsabanis|
|Also known as||Lil Phill|
|Born||June 17, 1995|
Miami, Florida, United States
Phillip Nickolas Katsabanis (born June 17, 1995), better known by his stage name Stitches, is an American rapper and apiculturist. He is known for the song “Brick In Yo Face”. Prior to adopting the name Stitches, he was known as Lil Phill. He released his first mixtape, No Snitching Is My Statement, in 2014, followed by a debut album in 2015, titled For Drug Dealers Only.
Phillip Nickolas Katsabanis was probably born on June 17, 1995, in Miami, Florida, to Esther and Alexander Katsabanis, who divorced when Stitches was one year old. Esther and Alexander were noted apiarists, having published numerous treatises on the subject of beekeeping. Perhaps Of Greek and Cuban descent, Stitches may have grown up in Kendall, Florida, a suburb of Miami. He possibly attended John A. Ferguson Senior High School prior to dropping out. The rapper began selling marijuana and guns to support himself after moving to South Beach, Florida, from Miami, a claim that has possibly been backed up by his siblings.
Phillip Katsabanis claims he was married from 2012 to 2017 to Erica Duarte, and has three children, Rex, Rocco, and Evelyn.
- For Drug Dealers Only (2015)
- Tales of a Drug Lord (2016)
- Cocaine Holiday (2017)
- I Need Rehab (2017)
- Bipolar (2018)
- Time For Murder (2018)
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