KE▽iN M△X!M is a musician from the United States of America and has worked with a number of American celebrities, like Grammy Award winners Mya ("Lady
Marmalade"), Eshe of hip hop group Arrested Development ("People Everyday", "Tennessee"), and Bobby McFerrin ("Don't Worry, Be Happy"), Grammy Award nominees Angie Stone ("Wish I Didn't Miss
You") and Mario ("Let Me Love You"), NAACP Image Award winner Omari Hardwick (Being Mary Jane), and choreographer/producer Travis Payne (Michael Jackson, Janet Jackson) on projects for radio,
television, and theatre. He has also cooperated with international brands like Gap, BananaRepublic, The Grammy Foundation, Huawei, Jack and Jones, Tiffany & Co., Honda Civic, Piage, and
KE▽iN M△X!M's contribution to the music industry has not gone unrecognized. He won Downbeat Magazine Awards in 2003 and 2004 with his group Afro Blue. 2005 and
2006 followed up well with wins at the Washington Area Music Awards with his group Reverb. In 2009, KE▽iN M△X!M won an award from Velocity Magazine for "Best Alternative
Artist", becoming a semi-finalist on Essence's R&B Star competition and the winner of Emmy Award winner Steve Harvey's New Star Project the following year.
Born in Atlanta, Georgia, and later a ten-year resident of Washington, DC, KE▽iN M△X!M is currently based in Shanghai, China, and has performed at some of her
most prestigious venues, including Sennheiser Shanghai Concert Hall, Mercedes-Benz Arena, and television, including Shanghai's 星尚 Channel for fashion designer Eric Choong's New Year's Eve 2015
special. He was also featured part of That's Magazine's National Hospitality Awards 2017 and Food & Drink Awards 2017. He is a recording artist; published
songwriter, vocal producer, and vocal arranger; and vocal coach.