About Killer Mike
Killer Mike is a self-described Pan-Africanist gangster rapper, civic leader and activist who hails from Atlanta, Georgia. For those unfamiliar, you may recall his contribution to OutKast's GRAMMY-award-winning single "The Whole World" (included on their greatest hits album Big Boi & Dre Present OutKast). Throughout his fourteen-year career, the Dungeon Family affiliate has released six studio albums and four mixtapes, having collaborated with the likes of Chamillionarie, Scarface, Pill, SL Jones, Young Jeezy, Bobby Moon, Joie 13, When Saints Go machine, Yelawolf, Raekwon, Consequence, Chuuwee, Big Boi, Little Dragon, T.I., Mac Boney, Jay Z, Twista, J-Sweet and more. Most recently, he teamed up with veteran NYC emcee/producer El-P to form the Run The Jewels duo, who released a critically acclaimed, self-titled debut album in late 2013. They're currently working on a sequel, which is slated to drop in 2014. Stay tuned for the further adventures of Killer Mike, folks.
- Mike debuted on OutKast's 2000 track "Snappin' and Trappin'", from their Stankonia album.
- Killer Mike has appeared in the films ATL, 20 Funerals and Idlewild.
- He attended Atlanta's Morehouse College.
- Killer Mike loves his woman, his kids, weed, Polo and politics.
- He was born on April 20th, 1975.