American Rapper & Singer
Carrion Real Name: Kelvin Jermane Davis
Carrion Hometown: San Jose, California
Carrion Age / Born – July 29, 1993
Carrion Height: 5’11″
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Kelvin Jermane Davis (Born July 29, 1993)
Better known by his Stage Name CArrion, is an American Hip Hop, Rap and R&B Recording Artist from San Jose, California. He Wrote his first Official Single “Are You Down” Prod By. TrueKnocks in April of 2015 which in the first two weeks Reached an Estimated Eleven Thousand Views.
Following another song he also Featured in by the Name of “Superman” by Danielle which was Featured On R&Bass which reached an estimated Five Thousand Views followed By The “Superman” Music Video which was produced and Shot By. Trueknocks
CArrion, who was originally apart of The Foundation 2814 Gang Music Group in 2009 was apart of Rap Battles which took place during and After School at Oak Grove High School in San Jose California, He eventually left the Foundation “not for Good” but in search of something bigger.
In between studio time CArrion worked at Safeway and Was still attending School at San Jose City College During while paying for Studio Time with another artist / Producer in the Making By the Name of K3hlab or K3, And NotezMusic During the Year 2013-2014.
CArrion Felt the Need to Do more to Make sure he had everything handled, so he dropped his Courses at San Jose City College and went on to The Institute For Business & TechNology where he Took a Medical Assistance Course which he sat on the Back burner in order to follow his Dreams as An Aspiring Recording Artist.
During the Year of 2014-2015 CArrion Teamed Up with other Artist From San Jose California & Detroit Michigan, to form a Group where they are still independent artist Under the same management company “SCCOMusic – Santa Clara County Official Music” and eventually branched and Became a Family true to the name of TokeGang Entertainment.
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