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Kia Shine
Kia Shine
Nakia Shine Coleman
Nakia Shine, Kinfolk Jones, Kinfolk Kia Shine
Born October 17, 1980
Origin Memphis, Tennessee, United States
Genres Hip hop
Rapper, record producer, songwriter
1998-present
Labels Diamond Cut, Rap Hustlaz, Universal, Kinfolk Music Group
Kingpin Skinny Pimp, Yo Gotti
Website twitter.com/therealkiashine

Nakia Shine Coleman (born October 17, 1980), better known by his stage name Kia Shine, is an American hip hop recording artist and producer from Memphis, Tennessee. He is perhaps best known for his commercial debut single "Krispy", which is also the lead single from his 2007 debut album Due Season. He has worked with several fellow rappers, such as Mike Jones, Yo Gotti, Nelly, Jim Jones, among others. Kia Shine is co-CEO, alongside rapper Jack Frost, of Rap Hustlaz. Kia Shine won the Southern Entertainment Award (S.E.A.) in 2008 for best underground artist having sold over 200,000 albums with his independent label, Rap Hustlaz.[]

Music career

2006-2007: Due Season

In August 2006, he hosted an episode of BET's Rap City. Shine's debut single is "Krispy".[1] The song peaked at number 66 on the US Billboard Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart and number 24 on the Hot Rap Tracks chart.[2][3] Shine's major label debut, Due Season, was released on Universal Records on July 31, 2007.[1] A remix was released in late July 2007 featuring E-40, Jim Jones, Swizz Beatz, LL Cool J, Remy Ma, Young Buck, Fabolous and Slim Thug.[]

2009

On March 3 Kia Shine released "Checkin' My Fresh", the lead single off his upcoming Mixtape 2000 Shine via DatPiff. The single features Maino & Young Dro and samples part of Jay-Z's verse from "Swagga Like Us". The music video was directed by Kurt Williams and was the New Joint of the Day on 106 & Park July 3.[]

2010

Kia Shine released the first of his Alarm Clock Theory mixtape series which was made popular by his phrase "Everybody sleeping on me will wake up working for me". This project was very well received and received over 100,000 downloads.

In September 2010 Kia Shine won another BMI award for his contribution to the lyrics of Drake "Best I Ever Had".[4]

In October 2010 Kia Shine released "Club Walmart" via iTunes. This single featured Yung Joc.[]

2011-present

Kia Shine released "Newmonia" via iTunes. The single features Atlanta rapper Yung Sean. The single was also written and produced by Kia Shine & Yung Sean. The video was directed Dre Cannonz, A friend of Kia Shine, Newmonia was featured on 106 and Park on 7 August 2011.[]

Controversy

Drake

Kia Shine stated that he owned 25% of Drake's "Best I Ever Had", which Drake later denied.[5][6] Kia Shine later received 4 BMI awards and a Grammy nomination for his credit on "Best I Ever Had".[7]

Discography

Studio albums

EPs

  • 2008: The Kush - EP
  • 2009: Checkin' My Fresh - EP
  • 2010: Club Walmart (Single)
  • 2010: Dreads - EP
  • 2011: Newmonia (Single)

Mixtapes

  • 2009: 2000Shine
  • 2010: The Alarm Clock Theory
  • 2011: Memphis Beay

Singles

Year Song Chart positions[8] Album
U.S. Hot 100 U.S. R&B U.S. Rap
2007 "Krispy" 107[9] 66[10] 24[11] Due Season
"W.O.W." - 125[12] -
2009 "Checkin' My Fresh"[13]
(featuring Young Dro and Maino)
- - - 2000Shine
2010 "Club Walmart"
(featuring Yung Joc)
- - - TBA

References


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