Pop music writer and performer who rose to fame as one-half of the duo Social House. The duo's debut single "Magic in the Hamptons" featured rapper Lil Yachty and he was also a credited writer on Ariana Grande's "Boyfriend."
He began collaborating with his Social House bandmate after moving to Los Angeles from Pittsburgh.
He was born in the United States.
He was signed to a joint venture record deal between Scooter Braun and Interscope.