Kenneth H. Williams' musical influences run deep. Born in Chicago, Illinois, where he aborbed the music -- home of the late great Curtis Mayfield, The Chi-lites, Jerry Butler, Chaka Kahn, R. Kelly and brother, Blues musician, Detroit Jr, to name a few. From late nights as a kid listening to pop radio and all the stuff that wasn't on WVON &WGCI (Chicago's black stations). After a stint in the U.S. Army as a vocalist and guitarist in the 36th Army Band, Kenneth moved to Hollywood, California.
Williams came to the music industry first as a songwriter for Norman Brown and later also played guitar on Brown’s recordings. Worked with Bruce Nazarian and Annette Cascone. Has toured with Chaka Khan, Childish Gambino and others.