An R&B artist who applies a gospel background to his wholly contemporary approach, K'ron made a name for himself with "Round of Applause," a viral 2014 single that led to work with Ty Dolla $ign and a contract with Atlantic. The singer, songwriter, instrumentalist, and producer released his first major-label project, Wild Lova, Vol. 1, in 2018.
Born in Washington, D.C. and raised in Maryland, Quoran Williams, known professionally as K'ron, developed a love for music through his mother and got his start as a musician by playing drums in church. Mentored by founding Blackbyrds member Keith Killgo, K'ron performed with a traveling choir and branched out to beatmaking and songwriting. He devoted himself to secular music full-time following a couple years of college, and in 2014 stood out with a sparkling, part-trap slow jam, "Round of Applause," that went viral. K'ron subsequently worked on material for other artists, most notably Ty Dolla $ign's "Like a Drug," which he produced and co-wrote. K'ron continued to release tracks on his own and eventually joined Ty on the Atlantic Records roster as a solo artist. K'ron's major-label debut was released in July 2018 with the Ty collaboration "No BFs." A seven-track EP entitled Wild Lova, Vol. 1 arrived three months later. In 2019, he issued the single "Decline."