Hero Da Kyng had been working hard to make a name for himself in the music industry. He had been performing on stages in Palm Beach, Broward, and Dade County and had been featured on radio stations like POWER 96, HOT 105, and 99 JAMZ. He had been invited to be a part of BET’s RAP-IT-UP Road Tour, and this gave him the boost he needed to put himself on the verge of making it to the top.
Hero had been traveling around the country, bringing a new generation of Southern Rap style, new meaning, and new concepts to the music industry. His latest album, 'Made From Scratch,' was available on all major online stores and had been a success. He had been getting airplay in the States and in other countries and one of his songs had even been chosen for a movie placement. He was featured in Robert Townsend's latest movie release, 'Playing For Love.'
Hero had also been chosen by 'The Hip-hop Head Foundation' out of New York to do a song in honor for Hip-Hop Icon KRS1. This would be placed on a major compilation coming soon. In addition, Hero was currently at the #1 spot in his home city of Fort Lauderdale, Florida on n1m and was staying busy in the studio, currently working on his upcoming album, 'Influenced,' with his latest released single, 'Ain't Easy,' being one of the hit singles from the album.
With all this success, it was clear that Hero Da Kyng was going to be the next MC/Composer to rise to the top. His fans were convinced and eager to see what else he had in store.