R&B newcomer Con Killion is a reflective storyteller with a sultry voice that croons seamlessly over contemporary productions.
At an early age, the Detroit born Killion took an interest in legendary artists, including Stevie Wonder, Usher, and his favorite singer Luther Vandross. Killion quickly developed poise as a performer from participating in local talent shows and acting in plays at his church. However, when he reached high school, Killion faced bullying from upperclassmen that threatened to damper his generally outgoing personality. With the help of friends, family, and church, Killion vowed to always strive towards a greater sense of strength and courage – a commitment that helped coin his nickname “Confidence”.
In 2018, Killion released bedroom anthem "Love You Down" with fellow Detroit native Philup Banks. He later featured on the debut album of rapper J. Reed (Thank You For 10 Years) and co-wrote on "I Don't Want It" for the debut album of Bronx R&B/pop singer Shari Marie (Reflections). He resumed solo work with 2019’s "Potential" before completing his own debut project Red Flags (April 24th, 2020) via The Orchard, the independent distribution arm of Sony Music Entertainment.