About K.Flay

While attending Stanford University, multitalented singer/rapper/producer K.Flay started making lighthearted hip-hop parodies on her laptop, which gradually blossomed into a series of mixtapes.

∙ K.Flay’s first major-label release, 2012’s EP Eyes Shut, featured production by Liam Howlett of The Prodigy, and rapper Danny Brown guested on her 2013 follow-up, What If It Is.
Life As a Dog, her 2014 debut album, was fan-funded and reached No. 14 on the Billboard Rap Albums chart.
∙ In 2016, she became the first artist signed to Night Street Records, an offshoot of Interscope headed up by Dan Reynolds of Imagine Dragons.
Crush Me is the title of both K.Flay’s 2016 EP and a book she released the following year, which compiled fan-authored notes and stories she had collected while on tour.
∙ She was nominated for two Grammy Awards in 2017, including a Best Rock Song nod for her sassy, Gold-certified breakout single, “Blood in the Cut.”
∙ Mike Shinoda, Tom Morello, and Robert DeLong are just some of the artists who’ve invited her to guest on their songs.

    Wilmette, IL
  • BORN
    June 30, 1985

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