| Allan Kyariga|
Hip hop music
| Allan Kingdom|
| King Kyariga, The Northern Gentleman, Peanut Butter Prince|
January 6, 1994 (age 22)
Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada (1994-01-06)
Saint Paul, Minnesota, United States
Rapper, record producer
Thestand4rd, Spooky Black, Bobby Raps, Psymun
Grammy Award for Best Rap Song, Grammy Award for Best Rap Performance
Kanye West, Paul McCartney, Theophilus London, Cœur de pirate
Allan Kingdom Wikipedia
Allan Kyariga (born January 6, 1994), better known by his stage name Allan Kingdom, is a Canadian rapper and record producer based in Saint Paul, Minnesota. He is a member of Thestand4rd along with Spooky Black, Bobby Raps, and Psymun. He was featured on Kanye West's single "All Day".
Allan Kyariga was born in Canada to a South African father and a Tanzanian mother. In his youth, he moved to Wisconsin and eventually to Saint Paul, Minnesota. He studied at Woodbury High School, Creative Arts High School, and Minneapolis Institute of Production and Recording.
In earlier releases, Kyariga used various aliases, including King Kyariga, The Northern Gentleman, and Peanut Butter Prince.
Allan Kingdom's official debut mixtape, Trucker Music, was released in 2011. He was named "Best Hip Hop Artist of 2014" by City Pages. He was listed on Complex's "25 New Rappers to Watch Out For in 2014".
In 2016, he released Northern Lights, which featured guest appearances from Chronixx, Jared Evan, D.R.A.M., and Gloss Gang. In 2017, he released Lines.
In a 2015 interview with Green Label, Allan Kingdom cited Kid Cudi, Kanye West, and Pharrell Williams as his biggest influences.Thestand4rd (2014) (with Spooky Black, Bobby Raps, and Psymun, as Thestand4rd)
Trucker Music (2011)
Talk to Strangers (2013)
Future Memoirs (2014)
Northern Lights (2016)
Pinkspire Lane (2012)
Finding Novyon - "Lots" from #TheFoodNetwork (2015)
Cœur de pirate - "I Don't Want to Break Your Heart" from Roses (2015)
Jay Prince - "Juice" from Beautiful Mercy (2015)
Kanye West - "All Day" (2015)
Flume - "You Know" from Skin (2016)
Jared Evan - "The End Game" from The Blanket Truth (2016)
No Wyld - "Tomorrow" from Nomads (2016)
P.O.S - "Sleepdrone/Superposition" from Chill, Dummy (2017)
Kweku Collins - "Aya" from Grey (2017)
Finding Novyon - "Tall Hills" from That's My Dawg (2017)