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Kashius Kay aka Killeon J. R. Miller was born April 23 1986 in Washington D.C. and raised in College Park and Riverdale, GA. His father Joseph E. Miller worked in the music industry during the 70's and 80's as a Road Manager, Stage Crew / Production, and Tour Bus Driver for various artist like George Clinton and The Parliament Funkadelics, Rick James, Sly and The Family Stone, LL Cool J, Run D.M.C., Whodini, The Fat Boys, Kurtis Blow, Dolly Parton, etc. Kashius began performing as an acrobat at the age of 7 in College Park, Ga for a nonprofit organization designed to keep inner city youth out of the streets by the name of Kids Gym USA... With Kids Gym Kashius had the opportunity to travel the country and perform at numerous venues such as NBA Halftimes, NCAA Halftimes, 1996 Centennial Olympic Games Opening Ceremonies, etc. Kashius became a professional "Acro-Dunker" in 2004 which led to his career appearances on tour with The Harlem Globetrotters (Harlem Hot Boyz) 2006 "UNSTOPPABLE TOUR", 2007 "NOTHING LIKE IT TOUR", and the Universoul Circus (Slam Dunk All Stars) 2010 WE PLAY TOO MUCH TOUR. After years of touring and performing Kashius Kay began to focus on his musical talents. Kashius Kay is not your average everyday rapper. He is also a musician, producer, songwriter, and singer. Kashius began rapping literally in elementary school back in the early 90's growing up during the Outkast, Goodie Mob, Ludacris, Atlanta hip hop era. He began playing percussion in band during middle and high school in Riverdale, GA. When he was 16 he met industry producer Nathaniel Burgess aka Stylz Keyz signed to Dreamworks in Atlanta who took in the young Kashius Kay and groomed him to be an industry level songwriter and recording artist. Kashius has since then tapped into producing his own music as well as picking up the keys and guitar. Kashius is a big advocate of keeping the craft of musicianship alive within this digital age of production. His sound is a blend of new hip hop trap and bass with old school 90's gfunk melodies and gangsta lead synths. Kashius Kay may be the new "NATE DOGG" according to critics. His southern accent reminds you of a young T.I. when he raps.

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