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Published on August 21st, 2018 | by Jerry Doby


Exclusive: Tip and Tiny’s ‘Family Hustle’ Gives Rise to The Next King

King Harris (Photo: MyCollective Media Group)

King Harris (Photo: MyCollective Media Group)

King Harris is a native of the culturally enriched entertainment capital of the world Atlanta Georgia coined “Black Hollywood.” He was born in 2004 to the iconic Mogul/ Actor/ Recording Artist/ Activist Clifford “TIP” Harris (formerly known as T.I.) and Tameka “Tiny” Harris. King’s mother Tameka is a famous singer from the legendary R&B group “Xscape.”

Most of King’s life and upbringing was on display on the hit reality series “The Family Hustle” where we witnessed his energetic personality and unwavering sense of humor while interacting with his parents & siblings.

Growing up in the limelight and being raised as part of the royal upper crust of the entertainment industry, molded King into an extraordinarily natural charismatic artist and visionary in his own right.

Influenced by the late great cultural icon Jahseh “XXXtentacion” Onfroy along with his older brother Domani Harris who is paving his own lane in entertainment, King recently began creating music himself.

King Harris (Photo: MyCollective Media Group)

King Harris (Photo: MyCollective Media Group)

Keenly aware of the current social climate, King chooses to create music that will uplift the masses. “I just feel that everyone should stand up for themselves, help others, spread positive vibes, and love each other,” says King

King’s fun-filled character, witty sarcasm, and exuberant approach to life makes him an instant crowd pleaser which brings joy to any room. King is currently working on his eponymous debut project.

King Harris (Photo: MyCollective Media Group)

King Harris – Stay tuned! (Photo: MyCollective Media Group)

Connect with The Next King

Twitter: @thenextking10

IG: @the_next_king10

FB: King Harris

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About the Author

Editor-in-Chief of The Hype Magazine, and internationally published arts & entertainment journalist. Member of the U.S. Department of Arts and Culture as well as the United States Press Corps.

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