|Born||March 11, 1989|
Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada
|Height||5 ft 11 in (180 cm)|
Tony Kaill (born 11 March 1989) is a Canadian entrepreneur, musician, and influencer represented by Viral Nation, an influencer marketing agency based in Ontario. He's also the Vice President of the Pavilion Youth Association, a non-profit music venue in Canada that fosters the growth of all-ages musicians.
Kaill rose to popularity with his viral TikTok videos and has garnered over half a million followers. As a musician, Kaill has opened with a number of artists including Pusha T, Waka Flocka Flame, Killer Mike, Classified and BadBadNotGood.
Early life and education
Kaill was born on 11 March 1989 in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada. After graduating from high school he attended the Nova Scotia Community College and then went to Dalhousie University where he studied music performance and audio engineering.
Kaill has been involved in the music scene in his hometown since he was in high school, but it was not until later in 2019 that he released his solo debut song titled Collider. Simultaneously he also performed at local and national events, collaborating with up and coming musicians & bands including Neon Dreams, Quake Matthews. He has also performed with the opening televised acts for the East Coast Music Awards.
With the advent of TikTok, Kaill began sharing ‘satisfying videos’ and tutorials that soon gained recognition resulting in him building a vast fan following. In a short period of time, Kaill’s videos started going viral which landed him interviews on major radio shows as well as television appearances.
In 2021, Kaill signed with Viral Nation, a digital-first advertising agency that offers a range of services catering to the needs of influencers like himself.
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