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Sy Ari da Kid (born Sy Ari Brockington) is a prolific Atlanta-based singer/rapper whose music seamlessly blends trap and smooth, Auto-Tune-laced R&B. His tense, dramatic songs frequently reflect on relationships, heartbreak, and other personal issues, as well as current events and the struggles of street life. Debuting in 2011 with The Ultrasound, he issued over a dozen efforts that decade, including 2016's B4 the Heartbreak and 2019's Emancipation Proclamation.
Born in the Bronx, Brockington moved to Atlanta at the age of nine, and prefers not to categorize his music as either New York or Southern rap. He started rapping at a young age, influenced by his brother and cousin. After graduating high school, he became a successful battle rapper on Atlanta hip-hop radio station Hot 107.9 FM. A self-taught producer, he began recording songs using Pro Tools, and he co-founded the Arrogant Music label in 2006. He began releasing mixtapes in 2011, and collaborated with numerous artists including Future, Gucci Mane, Waka Flocka Flame, Timbaland, and former classmate K Camp. Rumors began circulating that Brockington had ghostwritten songs for Drake in 2015, but he denied them after collaborating with Drake co-writer Quentin Miller. Brockington's 2016 mixtape B4 the Heartbreak included the single "Priorities," a collaboration with trap-soul singer Bryson Tiller, which expanded his audience among R&B fans.
In February 2017, it was announced that Brockington had signed with Cash Money, and he guested on label CEO Birdman's song "It's Calm." That year he issued 2 Soon and 2 Weeks No Diss, unveiling 16th effort Better Safe Than Sy Ari in 2018. The next year, he released Emancipation Proclamation and After the Heartbreak, the latter featuring guests Eric Bellinger, K CAMP, and others. ~ Paul Simpson~ Rovi