King L. has been making music for almost a decade. He's wrote countless songs, made many instrumentals and produced other artist CD's. Born 1978 in Seattle, he moved to Houston at a vary young age (still has his accent). In 1992 at age 15 he started to DJ at house parties. Long before he every started to write songs and made beats, he was writing poems.
In 1994 (age 17), he completed his first song. Started recording on karaoke using other peoples instrumentals. Started his first rap group in 1996 called "The Coven". At the same time he was managing another group Called "Young Knights" in witch gave birth to Prince Ed. Prince Ed is now signed with Seattle Style (formally known as Kingdom Records).
Started first producing beats in 1996 (age 19) out of his bedroom while perfecting his rap skills. While most of the songs he wrote were never used, he still kept writing them. In 1999 he teamed up with Max Horton ("Mad"Max). Max could see his talent right away. They began making CD's & haven't stopped yet. Together they made five CD's of there own and at least three other artist CD's. Out of the four CD's that they had created, none were ever released.
In 2002 King L hooked up with Roc to make beats. Late in 2003 King L decided to change his name after his next album. He would be known as "Seattle's Lost Child".
Finally in 2004 they had decided to start selling. They created "The Last Underground" An unstoppable tribute to lyrical craftsmanship featuring such artist as Prince Ed, 'Trell. They were ready for the world and to see what people thought of them...and to make musical history. - MLH