Los Angeles-native Kyree Hollis is rapidly finding a place within the music industry. For the past few years, he’s led several successful digital marketing strategies and gained quite an influence on social media platform Triller. From artists like Cam’ron and Yo Gotti, Hollis is leaving behind a reputable legacy.
Born in Indiana, Kyree found himself under an impressionable light after moving to Atlanta at a young age. Both his parents are respected creatives working in music. His mother served as a business manager for Akon’s day-to-day manager, Devyne Stephens. On the other hand, Kyree’s father is a two-time GRAMMY-winning producer with a formidable catalog. Being around the two of them exposed him to notable acts like OutKast and Young Jeezy, who happened to give Kyree his first $100 bill.
Although a product of successful parents, Kyree Hollis is embarking a new journey outside of his family’s prior accomplishments. Having a good eye for talent and vision for reaching a mass audience, his expertise have allowed him to work with acts like Diddy and Teddy Riley. Furthermore, it doesn’t stop there for the 23-year-old. Kyree continues to push boundaries, working with new talents like King Combs, Houdini, Tank God, and several others. “I think now is the time though to really work on my branding, build my impressions, and take my business to the next level,” he states.

At the top of the year, Kyree worked on Cam’ron’s 2020 album Purple Haze doing digital marketing strategies. More recently, he worked on Smooky Margielaa and Tank God’s joint effort, Sovereignty. As a result, the project amassed thousands of views since its release. Elsewhere, Kyree will be working on actress Tommie Lee’s forthcoming TV show this year. “Continue building myself is my main priority right now,” Kyree recites. Without a doubt, you’ll be hearing the name Kyree Hollis soon.