American rapper, singer, songwriter, and actor from Ventura, California. He is best known for his 2016 breakout single “iSpy” (featuring Lil Yachty), which peaked at number 4 on the Billboard Hot 100. Signed to Indie-Pop (independently popular.) and Atlantic Records, Kyle is also known for his association with the SuperDuperCrew which consists of Brick, Jesus, and Maxx.
Kyle has collaborated with artists such as Kehlani, Lil Yachty, G-Eazy, Chance the Rapper, Miguel, MadeinTYO, Yuna, Ty Dolla Sign, and among others. Some of his songs in addition to “iSpy” include “Keep It Real”, “Doubt It”, “King Wavy” and his 2018 hit single “Playinwitme”. In 2015, Rolling Stone named him as “one of the ten artists you need to know”.
His commercial mixtapes Beautiful Loser and Smyle were released in 2013 and 2015, respectively. Kyle’s debut studio album Light of Mine was released in 2018 to positive reviews and reached within the top-30 of the Billboard 200.
Kyle made his acting debut in the 2018 Netflix original film The After Party. He also released a single from the film “Moment” (featuring Wiz Khalifa). His second album See You When I Am Famous was released on July 17, 2020.
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