Guitarist and songwriter who became known as the son of Epic Records chief Antonio "L.A. Reid." He became an A&R at Epic Records. He was the Executive Producer on Timbaland's release Textbook Timbo as well as produced for Rick Ross.
He attended the famed Dwight School in Manhattan where he first began writing and producing music.
His 16th birthday was featured on MTV's Super Sweet 16 in 2005 and became one of the highest-rated episodes to date.
His mother is singer-songwriter Perri "Pebbles" Reid. He grew up the middle of five, with two brothers and two sisters.