Ro Kenady

Ro Kenady

BandHip Hop

Music for the everyday working person that embodies hard work and having fun.

Biography

Ro Kenady, born in Detroit was raised on the west side off 8 mile road. As a youth, he studied great leaders and admired the career of Ronald Reagan. While in high school, he decided to pursue an acting career and then go into politics. He received high praise for his role as Alan in the play "Equus" and frequented the Detroit Repertory Theatre. During this time he added rapping to that plan and decided to take it seriously as he progressed. He released his first independent solo album “What Are You Saying” with the bulk of production by fellow Detroiter and G-Unit producer, Nick Speed. After completion of the album at the age of 22, he went on to shoot videos and dropped out of college to pursue a deal in Los Angeles. While in Los Angeles, he was able to meet the best west coast rapper in the game, Crooked I. After hearing his work, Crooked brought him into the COB camp. Ro Kenady has just completed writing his own screenplay, with production to begin soon on a television pilot. His promo CD "The Grind Network" is available via Datpiff.com. He is currently residing in Hollywood in pre-production for the independent film “Airport“.

Discography

What are you saying LP 2007
The Grind Network 2010