Kyle Bent (born August, 12, 1997) is an American rapper from the town of Randolph, Massachusetts. Bent was originally born in Jamaica where he resided until the age of two, before his parents decided to relocate. In third grade, Bent met his close friend Sean Fontes, who introduced him to the art of rapping. Bent wasn’t too familiar with the hip-hop culture, although he did admire artists such as Ludacris, Andre 3000, and Lil Wayne as an early adolescent.
After being introduced to freestyling and songwriting, Kyle worked to hone his newly discovered skill in a decision that eventually molded his entire life. By fifth grade, Kyle had formed his first rap duo with a close friend, Andrew Gourgue. They would both write lyrics to popular instrumentals and record them on jamglue.com in Bent’s basement using his Logitech microphone. It wasn’t before long that Kyle taught himself how to use audio recording software such as Audacity, Adobe Audition, Protools, Sony Vegas and various other music recording programs. Bent continued to teach himself, and by the age of thirteen he was recording decent quality and well-organized rap records in the closet of his new home.
Fast forward to the summer of 2010; Bent was introduced to his current music engineer, Tarik McFarland. Tarik saw the talent that Bent possessed at such a young age and decided to take him under his wing and develop him as an artist. He helped Bent construct over seventy songs. After working with Tarik for a year and a