Rapper and music producer known for his releases with the Brainfeeder record label, including 2012's Raw Money Raps and 2013's Gesus. As a producer, he has worked with artists like Gonjasufi, Busdriver and Open Mike Eagle.
He played classical guitar, piano and drums while growing up and formed the group Young Black Preachers as a teenager. He began earning major buzz with solo releases like his Lunch Special series of mixtapes.
He released a collaborative album with producer L'Orange called The Night Took Us In like Family in 2015.
His father is jazz musician Robert Irving III. He has brothers named Tre Smith and Aaron "Projeck" Butler.
His music video for "Money" was directed by acclaimed producer Flying Lotus.