Norwalk, Iowa

Hip hop

Noah David St. John (Born May 25, 2000), Professionally known as Coldsaint, is an American rapper, singer and songwriter who spent most of his life an outcast, battling with family illness, alcoholism, homelessness, physical and mental abuse and turned to music as a vice to keep his mental state in check and incite others through the power of Hip-Hop. Noah was raised in Norwalk, Iowa and began writing at the age of 10. His mother and whomever her significant other was at the time. Age 13 Noah became Coldsaint, his alter-ego that helped him cope with his mothers cancer and her abusive alcoholic boyfriends. Age 15 Coldsaint was kicked out and was homeless for 4 months. Finally, he was forced to live with his Father in Indianola, Iowa. The move was a culture shock. Instead of trying to fit in, Coldsaint decided to make music his solution. 2014 Coldsaint began pursuing his music career. School was not Noah’s strong-suit but he graduated from Indianola High school in 2018. Coldsaint is currently involved with the S.T.A.L.E Movement in Des Moines, Iowa developing his craft, budget and following every week at Lefty’s Live Music.
Coldsaint began his career at age 14 at a Talent show in Norwalk high school where he won best performance. Coldsaint has preformed at the Hoyt Sherman Place in Des Moines, Vaudeville Mews in Des Moines, Blue Moose Tap House in Iowa City, Rock Island Supper Club in Illinois, and one of the only Hip-Hop artists to ever perform at the Bill O Riley Contest at the Iowa State Fair where he was a semi-finalist. He also did a 10 day tour around Thailand. He is 18 years old.
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