Patrick Kelly

Rapper

Patrick Kelly was born in Terre Haute, IN on January 13th, 1998 and is the Rapper. At the age of 26, Patrick Kelly biography, profession, age, height, weight, eye color, hair color, build, measurements, education, career, dating/affair, family, news updates, and networth are available.

Date of Birth
January 13, 1998
Nationality
United States
Place of Birth
Terre Haute, IN
Age
26 years old
Zodiac Sign
Capricorn
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Patrick Kelly Life

About

They are an Indiana rapper who rose to fame thanks to their regular uploading of tracks on Bandcamp and Sound Cloud, under the moniker "Atlas." Their music is available on a variety of online streaming services, including Spotify and Apple Music.

Before Fame

Foliage, their first EP, was released by Bandcamp in July of 2014. After releasing many more short EPs, the bandcamp team went on to unleash their first full length album in May of 2016.

Trivia

The group is best known for their social media following and engagement. They have over 30,000 followers on Instagram and over 100,000 on YouTube.

Family Life

They were born and raised in Terre Haute, Indiana.

Associated With

They coproduced the song "Sand" with music producer Tomppabeats.

'The Irish know how we feel!': Migrants hope for warm welcome as they land on Ireland's shores due to Emerald Isle's own migration history - and say they prefer it to UK in case they are sent to 'unsafe' Rwanda

www.dailymail.co.uk, May 11, 2024
EXCLUSIVE: With the threat of Rwanda looming over asylum seekers who reach the UK, Ireland is facing an unprecedented 'explosion' in migration which has left a country divided. The epicentre of the crisis lies in Ireland's capital, Dublin, where 'tent cities' have sprung up across the city due to a lack of available accommodation. The contrast in Dublin is stark. As friends and families soaked up the sunshine along the tranquil Grand Canal on Friday, migrants were being quizzed by police in their tents on the footpath - and ugly metal fences were being erected to block others from joining.

After the squad is depleted by sickness and international call-ups, West Ham boss David Moyes is expected to have faith in youth for a FA Cup replay at Bristol City

www.dailymail.co.uk, January 15, 2024
KIERAN GILL: In the FA Cup third-round replay with Championship Bristol City, West Ham's 'Academy of Football' is expected to shine. Callum Marshall, Patrick Kelly, George Earthy, Ollie Scarles, and Divin Mubama, all 19 years old or younger, have been training with the first team in the build-up to the game at Ashton Gate. The five starters were active in last year's FA Youth Cup final victory over Arsenal and are expected to be active in some way on Tuesday night, as head David Moyes deals with a squad that has been plagued by injuries and international call-ups.

Texas was shocked by a kindergarten sex scandal. Was it all a lie?

www.dailymail.co.uk, June 3, 2023
How to Create a Sex Scandal by HBO Max tells the shocking tale of a small Texas town's mysterious sex ring, but that the children's alleged requests to 'take silly pills' and have sex at a local swingers club were all lies. The foster children who were in the care of Margie and John Cantrell said they had attended a'sex kindergarten' at the local swingers club, a place that was also causing a stir in the deeply religious town of Mineola, Texas. The charges resulted in seven adults identified as the 'Mineola Swingers Club criminals' serving time in jail with one convicted to life. The children recalled their testimonies years later, after a bizarre turn of events. Their stories are now included in the three-part docuseries. "The truth of the situation is that it didn't happen," Gabby Sones, the children's aunt, said in the series. 'It never happened.'