Rapper Kyle Alexander applies the energy, inventive production, and dynamic tension of artists like Kendrick Lamar and J.Cole to lyrics centered around Christianity and devotion to God. Molding the intensity of contemporary rap around a spiritual message, Alexander started out with singles like 2017's "Oh My God" and the politically reflective 2020 song "America I Got a Question."
Alexander grew up in New Castle, Delaware and started making music publicly in 2010 after rapping and singing for fun throughout his early life. He first made music as a member of the group Making Prophecy Reality or MPR, a contemporary Christian rap group made up of members of his church. When MPR disbanded in 2015, Alexander struck out solo with a hard-edged rap style that mirrored some of the national talents he looked up to most. Beginning in 2017, Alexander issued singles like "Living My Truth," "Lit," and "Go Get It," blending heavy beats and high-powered flows with messages of empowerment and positivity. In 2020 his single "America I Got a Question" addressed police violence and racial tension.