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One Kay, the Atlanta Based Rap Prodigy, Talks his Days with Freebandz and Details New Project

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In today’s rap music industry, competition is high, and success can be hard to come by. Surrounding yourself with the right crew and making powerful connections can be the difference maker, even if you are more talented than other rappers. This is the case for Atlanta rap prodigy, One Kay. Crafting his way through the music industry via the right contacts, One Kay is now using his experience and talent gained over the last decade to make a name for himself and only himself.

One Kay, born Dontavious Hubbard, moved from Chicago to Atlanta at an early age with his siblings and mother, who was in search of a better and safer life for her children. While she thought this would be the case in a new city, Hubbard’s mother noticed suspicious behavior from her son at around age 13. This was about the same time he began to record under the name One Kay. Upon further investigation, his mother discovered One Kay’s gang affiliation and illegal hustles. Faced with cutting his ties to moving out, One Kay made the decision at age 16 to live on his own and fend for himself. From that point forward, One Kay was focused on proving himself to the world and began to harness his time and energy into rap.

One Kay’s hard work and patience paid off when, through his brother, the budding rap star was connected with Guap Tarantino, cousin of rap mogul and current star Future. Along with Tarantino, One Kay formed the rap crew Young Freebandz and became affiliated with the label of the same name run by Future. The crew took off, racking up millions of streams, but reached a roadblock when One Kay went to prison for illegal possession of a firearm. After serving his six-month sentence, One Kay began to focus on himself and on his solo career. Releasing a couple EPs, along with some singles, the Atlanta rap prodigy began to hone in on his writing and lyrical abilities. One Kay’s next project, Planet X, will be his most lyrically ambitious to date, focusing on bettering yourself, the world, and fighting off your demons. Due out at the end of the year, One Kay shared that you “might just catch your favorite rapper” on this new project.

To keep up with One Kay and the release of his new project, follow the rapper on Twitter and Spotify.

From television to the internet platform, Greg switched his journey in digital media with California Herald. After serving as a journalist for popular news channels he currently contributes his experience for California Herald by writing latest and trending Politics news.

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