Biography: Pronounced “black,” the alternative R&B artist has long considered six an important number that is central to his identity: raised in Atlanta’s Zone 6 (hence the name 6LACK), the musician attributes his hometown as a major influence on his stage name as well as the spiritual significance of the number six. 6LACK joined management and creative collective LVRN, signed a record deal with Interscope, and released his debut album Free 6lack in November 2016 which peaked at #34 on the Billboard 200 and included his 2x Platinum single “Prblms.” Last year, he co-featured alongside Khalid and Ty Dolla $ign on “OTW” – The music video racking up over 103M views, watch HERE, and released his sophomore album East Atlanta Love Letter on September 14th, which debuted at #1 on Billboard R&B Album Charts. 6LACK was nominated for two Grammy Awards in 2018 in the Best Urban Contemporary Album category and the Best Rap/Song Performance category, one in 2019 for “Best Rap/Sung Performance,” has been on tracks with various influential musicians ranging from Syd to Kodak Black to T-Pain, Jhené Aiko, and many more, held critically acclaimed performances at festivals like Coachella and Governors Ball, and been featured in Billboard, Interview Magazine, and GQ, among others.