With a prolific career spanning over 20 years and major contributions on over eight million records worldwide, Kasino’s body of work continues to impact, influence, and entertain generations of hip-hop music fans.
Born in the Bronx and raised in Yonkers, Kimani Davis, aka "Kasino," has been dubbed by many as the fourth member of The L.O.X.
Kasino established himself early on through rap battles within the famed Ruff Ryders hip-hop collective and by landing on several major mixtapes. One such mixtape, DJ Clue’s 1996 Show Me The Money, debuted Kasino’s underground smash "Well, Well, Well" featuring The L.O.X.
Kasino went on to feature on DMX’s It's Dark and Hell Is Hot as the first verse of the song "For My Dogs." His other credits include "Nasty Girl" on the Rush Hour soundtrack, a verse on “Can I Live” on The L.O.X.’s We Are The Streets, "Things Ain't the Same" on the Blade soundtrack, and "Men of Respect" (featuring The L.O.X.) on The Corruptor: The Soundtrack.