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Multi-platinum, chart topping rapper and actor KYLE has become one of music’s hottest breakout stars. His 4X-platinum smash single, "iSpy (feat. Lil Yachty)," hit #1 on the Billboard Hot Rap Songs, #4 on the Billboard Hot 100, while going on to become one of the most streamed songs of 2017. The song’s Colin Tilley-directed companion visual was nominated at the 2017 MTV Video Music Awards for Best Visual Effects. The Ventura, CA native – who has collaborated with the likes of Chance The RapperG-EazyLogicKehlani, Charlie Puth, Ty Dolla $ign, Miguel, Madeintyo, DJ Carnage and more – was named a part of XXL's 2017 Freshman Class, gracing the publication's esteemed annual cover, while also being featured in a wide array of publications ranging from Rolling StoneEntertainment Weekly and Billboard to PAPERNYLON and The FADER. He’s taken his energetic live show to national television stages with performances on the 2017 MTV Video Music AwardsJimmy Kimmel Live! and the Teen Choice Awards 2017. In November 2017, KYLE teamed up with UGG to become the ambassador for the brand’s Fall/Winter 2017 partnership with FootAction, as well as the serving as the face of ESPN’s College Basketball campaign.  


On the heels of his show stopping main stage performance at this year’s Coachella Festival, KYLE released his debut album LIGHT OF MINE on May 18th, the same day as his 25th birthday. The album was heralded by the song-of-summer earworm, “Playinwitme feat. Kehlani.” He followed up the album’s release by joining longtime friend and previous collaborator, Logic’s North American “The Bobby Tarantino vs Everybody Tour,” who he also appeared in Sprite’s “Fresh Faces Series” Summer campaign with. Later this Summer, KYLE will make his acting debut in the lead role in Netflix’s original hip-hop comedy “The After Party.”  


For more information on KYLE, please visit www.superduperkyle.com.  

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Rapper Kyle is, frankly, more than just a rapper. A cursory tour of the 21-year-old’s wildly eclectic confections invokes touchstones of dance, pop, R&B, hip-hop and a cavalry of other genres, making for a broad sonic palette that defines him as one of the most compelling MCs on the rise.

“My potential as an artist is to blend all genres of music, which is something that’s just universal, that everyone on earth is going to appreciate,” says Kyle, who originally hails from Ventura, Calif. and is currently based in Los Angeles. “I feel like that’s what I’m capable of as an artist—is making a song that everyone in every genre can love.”

His versatility shines on his upcoming sophomore album, which primarily features production from M-Phazes (Eminem, Kimbra) and Sunny Norway (Bun B, Juicy J) as well as guest appearances from artists including Chance the Rapper and Yuna.

Eclecticism is a consistent theme in Kyle Harvey’s life. As a kid, he was raised on a diverse collection of artists, from Frank Sinatra and Dean Martin to Incubus and Weezer. But it was when he discovered hip-hop when he hit double digits that he realized his true calling, gravitating towards likeminded genre-benders like Kid CuDi and studying East Coast rappers including Jadakiss, Big L and Ol’ Dirty Bastard.

Their influence is evident on songs like recent single “Don’t Want to Fall in Love,” where he opens up about a cracked relationship over a electro-zapped pop-rap beat. The humility on the track, coupled with his jocular flow and whip-smart rhymes, serves as a testament to his mission as an artist to have his audience identify with his experiences. “Throughout my career, I just want to peel back more and more layers of who I am, and get deeper and more connected with people and tell more relatable stories,” he says. It’s that honesty, coupled with his trademark buoyant personality, that distinguishes him in the hip-hop arena and drives his authentic message to be yourself, whether you’re fun or charismatic—both traits that exemplify who he is. “That’s how you relate deeper: by further exposing yourself.”

Kyle, who initially went by the name K.i.D., spent his teen years refined his skills as an MC, turning to the Internet to upload covers and originals to YouTube and spread his music through social media networks. After releasing Beautiful Loser via current label Indie-Pop in August 2013, his career took flight. The video for “Keep It Real” got nearly 700,000 YouTube hits in its first week, while the mixtape, whose songs generated millions of listens on Soundcloud, got press from The New York TimesComplex and BET‘s 106 & ParkSingle “Fruit Snacks” won over fans likeJaden Smith and Childish Gambino, who used the track in his short film Clapping for the Wrong Reasons, and landed him shows with Chance the Rapper and G-Eazy prior to a headlining tour earlier this year.

With his sophomore album set for release later this year, Kyle is readying a project that will show just how capable he is of breaking the limits on what rap can be. “I want to be an artist who can get my music out to the world and have it be interesting,” he says. “I want to express my music on the highest platform in the world—and spread my message as far as possible.”

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  • Fri, November 16, 2018
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