A kid from Marietta, Georgia, Kyle was raised on a steady diet of Less Than Jake, blink-182, and Coheed & Cambria. But, like most kids growing up near the home of Outkast, Kyle couldn’t escape his love for hip-hop. At 15, he began rapping and later found a way to blend his eclectic taste in music in the form of punk/hip-hop/dance hybrid band Vonnegutt. The band was quickly signed by hip hop label and half of Outkast, Big Boi, to his Purple Ribbon Records label.
After years of extensive touring – which included runs with G-Eazy, Chiddy Bang, Sammy Adams, Mod Sun, and more, plus stops on Lollapalooza, Austin City Limits Music Festival, and The Late Show with David Letterman – Vonnegutt disbanded. Since then, Kyle has been earning his own place in the hip-hop scene through collaborations with artists like Big Boi (Outkast), Jonny Craig, T. Mills, Machine Gun Kelly, Hoodie Allen, Cassadee Pope, and more.