Cal Wayne (formerly Killa Cal Wayne) is the epitome of a lyrical storyteller. He has a niche telling his truths in the rawest form giving listeners and fans a vivid mental note of his fight for survival and mission to make his community proud. With his current release Ghetto Royalty – The David Ruffin/Eddie Kane Jr. Story, he understands that what doesn’t kill you will only make you stronger. His lyrics are definitely a testament of that.
Robbed of a descent childhood and of his music royalties several times over, Cal Wayne still goes to the studio and aggressively put in work because of his passion for the music and love of his neighborhood of Third Ward in Houston, Texas. He carries the legacy of the likes of Big Moe, Big Pokey, Fat Pat, and the torch of Z-RO and Scarface.
Cal Wayne has never allowed misfortunes to halt his drive and success. He has been blessed to collaborate on songs with Houston raps legends like Lil’ Keke, Scarface, J Dawg, and Trae Tha Truth to name a few. His performances as opening act for Boosie Badazz as well as MoneyBagg Yo not only broadened his fan base, but has afforded him world wide recognition spanning all the way to London, England where fans voted for his chance to perform at Coast 2 Coast Live. Other notable awards and nominations were for Best Male Rapper (Broadcast Houston Scarface Award) and the Street Choice Award (4th Annual GO DJ Awards).