KeyBoy

Key Vincent McCarthy (born January 14, 1992), better known by his stage name KeyBoy, is an underground hip hop artist from Hutchinson, Kansas. In 2012, he started his movement Meaningful Music. KeyBoy’s first single Welcome to the Middle was released in 2015, followed by his single Letter to my Big Homie. 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 500,000 total views. He was recently shared on the I Discover Stars and Music Crowns Facebook pages. July 15th 2016 KeyBoy released his latest single “We Made It” followed by his nationwide “We Made It Tour”. January 2017 KeyBoy set off on his second nationwide “We Made It AGAIN Tour”. October 2017 KeyBoy is going on the “We Made It Great Again Tour”, his 3rd headline-nationwide tour.

He was featured on ThisIs50.com, DownSouthHipHop.com, South East Hip Hop Magazine, Waka Flocka’s Supastars Magazine, The Hype Magazine, and most recently ATLHipHop.com. 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, Dorrough, Z-RO, J-Holiday, King Lil G, Jarren Benton, Snow Tha Product, Rittz, Devin The Dude, Afro Man, Ces Cru, Haystak, Bone Thugs N Harmony, Machine Gun Kelly, Kevin Gates, Hi-Rez, Naughty By Nature and Nappy Roots.

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