Keon ” Lil Key ” Myers is a teen hip hop artist from Baltimore Maryland who starred in the Reality TV series “The Rap Game” Season 2 produced in Atlanta, Georgia by music Moguls Jermaine Dupree and Queen Latifah, which aired on Lifetime’s TV network on Friday nights 10pm est. Lil Key and 4 other emerging youth hip-hop artist of the rap game season 2 reality TV show received professional musical mentoring from many celebrity guest stars for 10 weeks such as Mariah Carey, Snoop Dogg, Timberland, Flo-Rida, Nelly, Bow Wow, Monica Da Brat and producers Mike Kalombo, Zaytoven and Brian Michael Cox.
Shortly after Lil Key was no stranger to the TV world, He then made an appearance on BET JAMS on there latest show call “Versed” where Lil Key did what he does best Rapping/Free-styling with a live DJ nailing his performance once again.
Lil Key then starred on “My Super Sweet 16” on MTV celebrating his Celebrity Birthday Bash called “Bro Mitzvah” as he turned 17. Lil Key invited some of his celebrity friends along with allowing his fans to attend his memorable night. Lil Key was the 1st kids to have a “Bro Mitzvah” in his home town of Baltimore MD and having it televised on a national platform.
Lil Key is recognized for having “the mind of a leader and the heart of a lion”. He has positively impacted and changed the lives of people with his music. He truly believes that his music can help unite and show citizens how they can support each other’s positive strides in life and working hard can definitely pay off.
In spite of his right arm birth injury, Brachial Plexus, Lil Key continually strives to succeed above and beyond his expected capacity, and is a great example and role model for all youth and young adults to follow.