|Born||August 26, 1998|
|Origin||Nanuet, New York Spring Valley, New York Nyack, NY United States|
|Labels||Nehruvia LLC (current), Mass Appeal (former)|
At age 13, Nehru began making jazz tracks and hip hop instrumentals under the name "Kelz Scott" soon being changed to the name Kile Kanvas at age 14. Nehru released his earlier works on the Odd Future forum and other forums like Hypebeast, Lookbook.nu, and many more.
In 2012, WorldStarHipHop named Bishop Nehru the Youth Rap Talent of the Week for his 8-bar freestyle over Mos Def's "Mathematics." Nehru was featured on Hot97.com as part of their Who's Next section, which showcases rappers who are "next to blow up." He also had the song make its way to Power 105.1's New NY with Jovonn "The Don" in February 2013, and opened for Wu-Tang Clan on their 20th Anniversary European tour.
When he was 16 years old, Bishop Nehru released his debut mixtape, Nehruvia, a 13-song project that included production from DJ Premier, Madlib, MF DOOM and more. He followed that up with strictlyFLOWz which was presented by New York radio host Peter Rosenberg and the UK's DJ Semtex.
On May 22, 2014, it was announced that Bishop Nehru, Boldy James and Fashawn were the first signees to Nas' Mass Appeal Records. On June 5, 2014, Dizzy Wright and Bishop Nehru released a free collaborative EP titled BrILLiant Youth EP.
In 2016, Nehru's single, "The Alert" was featured on the Mattrix Mixtape We're Going Worldwide, Volume 1, Presented by Matthew Rix. On July 26, 2016 it was announced that Nehru broke 10,000 streams from the single.
Bishop Nehru's influences include Michael Jackson, Nas, 2Pac, MF DOOM, Kanye West and Wu-Tang Clan. Other influences include Herbie Hancock, 50 Cent, Eminem, Pharrell Williams, ASAP Rocky, Tyler, The Creator, Red Hot Chili Peppers, and Incubus 
Nehru chose his stage name from a combination of Tupac's character in the movie Juice, noting that the character of Bishop inspires him "to go out and get mine, you've got to earn respect" and Nehru is taken from the former prime minister of India, Jawaharlal Nehru, who worked closely with peacemaker Gandhi.