Creole King is a creative force, born and bred in the city of New Orleans, LA. As a child, Creole King discovered he had a flair for entertainment and love for creativity that was nourished by his home town. He would entertain his family and friends by imitating popular artists such as Jodeci, R.Kelly, LL Cool J, Dru Hill, and more. It was apparent that what began as fun and games, was a real vehicle for comedic timing and vocal abilities. Creole King honed his talent and incorporated his love for the Lord in the youth choir at First Hollygrove Baptist Church.
As he developed, he began to compete in talent shows in the greater New Orleans area. In 1999, Creole formed the group "Cristal" along with his twin brother J. Henry and two friends Richard Martin and Jerry Brock. Cristal quickly gained local success in a competitive local music scene by performing hit songs by popular groups, such as Dru Hill and Boyz II Men. with him as a lead vocalist, Cristal performed and won the world famous Amateur Night at the Apollo Theatre in Harlem, NY. After Cristal disbanded, Creole King began to sow a unique style of emotionally potent, hip hop infused, soul music that marries the passion of his hometown heritage and the influences of his youth. He has flourished on the records of other artists, and managed to maintain his own style.
Currently, Creole King is performing in several venues around the Atlanta area. He is known for his effortless charm and charisma on or off stage. Creole King is unmistakably soulful, undeniably fly, and unquestionably dope.