Key-Low a.k.a. "Mr. 2.2
As a youth, Key-Low learned to fight with his words and began his relationship with the art/culture form that we call rap/hip-hop. Influenced by groups like E-40 & The Click and N.W.A. Key-Low would later migrate to the West Coast and co-found a group named RUKKUS in Sacramento, CA. RUKKUS was successful, ambitious, and determined to make a name for themselves. With performances in Sacramento, Lakewood, and Long Beach RUKKUS' future looked bright.
In 1999, Key-Low began working on a solo project entitled "World Wide" and teamed up with E-40's younger cousin's Doun-N-Durdee to form a new group called The Dirty Boyz (DB'z.). Moving in a new direction, Key-Low and Nut Tha Villain orchestrated a project entitled "The Dirty Boyz" - The Olympics.
In 2001, Key-Low's dreams were brought to an abrupt stop and Key-Low became a resident of RCCC in Elk Grove CA. Not Long after that Key-Low was extradicted to Kentucky to face drug charges.
After 5 years of incarceration, Key-Low was released in 2006 to pick up where he had left off.
In 2007, Key-Low dropped a mixtape entitled "The Undaground" and in 2008 the RUKKUS mixtape entitled "Bacc On The Ave."
"Ghetto Politics" was realeased in 2010.
Now get ready for the highly anticipated release of "Money Motivated"