Sam Mukoro was born in the Delta State of Nigeria where he spent most of his early childhood. His exposure to music was somewhat limited to hearing it play on their neighbor's radio. The family eventually acquired a transistor radio which to him was a great delight. On completing his secondary education, Sam had more latitude to explore his passion for music. How did he do it? He got involved in music business by promoting disco shows and flirting with being a DJ. He was bitten by the music bug much earlier but somehow kept it under wrap because of his pursuit of academics. While at the University of Port Harcourt, he composed the anthem for his Slate (equivalent of Political Party) which eventually won the Students Union elections and he served as Secretary General for the 1981/82 session. With his first Degree in Geography, he proceeded to University of Ibadan where he got a Masters Degree in Urban and Regional Planning. In the late 80s Sam found himself lecturing at Auchi Polytechnic where he reinvigorated the Students Band on campus called PM Jam. He performed at concerts and blended so well with the students that the popularity of the band soared. They became the talk of the town and other campuses around. At his spare time he wrote songs and learned to play the guitar. Over time, Sam moved on to The Federal University of Technology Akure where he put together a Students Band called The Spanners before leaving. The urge to go into music full time was very strong but he kept it at bay. All he ever did with the songs he wrote was entertain friends and family. Sam moved to the United States of America in pursuit of his dreams, though now a city GIS Analyst in Georgia he never departed from his passion for music. He has finally decided to reach out to greater audience because he has a message. He thinks it is a shame that mankind, in spite of all the knowledge acquired and advances made in technology, has focused more on weapons of mass destruction than cultivating love. He strongly feels the needs to contribute his bit by being a Voice for Justice.