Child rapper best known for his popular single "Television Love." He made his rap debut in 2011 at the age of twelve.
Early in his career, he signed a recording contract with Def Jam Records.
He performed on BET's The Youngster Cypher in 2012 and Lifetime's The Rap Game in 2016.
He grew up Niqoles Heard in San Diego, California, and has two younger brothers and a sister. His parents supported his pursuit of music.
He worked with DJ Khaled on his debut 2011 single, "Ok Then."