It’s not often you come across a person with such a broad scope of talent. A person so naturally endowed with every component necessary to be instantly thrust among the elite in his craft. Charisma he’s got it, stage presence he’s got it, lyrics he’s got it, hard work ethic he’s got it, that competitive killer instinct he’s got it! You name it the Keyboy’s got it.
Whether by the creator’s design or by forces beyond our comprehension, in each generation there comes along a titan, a prodigy, and a champion. An individual that emits so much strength, so much raw magnetic appeal and energy that can affect everyone and everything around them. Once again this phenomenon has occurred, once again the bar of excellence has been raised,this time his name is “Keyboy”.
Key Vincent McCarthy (born January 14, 1992), better known by his stage name KeyBoy, is an underground hip hop artist and record producer from Hutchinson, Kansas. In 2012, he launched his own record label Meaningful Music. KeyBoy’s first album Meaningful Music was released in 2013 with his hit single Summer Nights that is distributed on iTunes. KeyBoy is currently working on his sophomore album under MM (Meaningful Music) expected Summer of 2015. He was first recognized for his tribute song to his older brother Barton Daniel McCarthy who passed away September 11, 2010. He then released Gold and Blue, the remix to Wiz Khalifa’s Black and Yellow to show support for his hometown high school football team that won 6 consecutive state titles. He also made a song dedicated to the New York Giants in 2007 that recorded over 40,000 hits on YouTube. His YouTube channel today has over 300,000 total views. Key was also featured on I Discover Stars and Music Crowns Facebook pages. Since 2013 he has shared the stage with artists such as Hopsin, SwizZz, Tech N9ne, Krizz Kaliko, Lil Flip, Paul Wall, Twista, J-Dash, T-Cash, Hi-Rez, Dorrough, Z-RO, J-Holiday, King Lil G, Jarren Benton, Dusty Leigh, Snow Tha Product, Rittz, Devin The Dude, Afro Man, Ces Cru, Haystak, Bone Thugs N Harmony, and Machine Gun Kelly.