King David Wayne Parker,persevered throughout his fight and battle with Type-1 Diabetes ever since he was diagnosed shortly after his eighteenth birthday along side the struggle of losing his grandmother to cancer. "Apart of me died with her when she passed away," he said.It became obvious that his grandmother meant the world to him and the success of his career in writing and the art of creating, great song masterpieces of production at his own in home recording studio. Although, the minor and some major setbacks had post-poned the release of many illustrations, musical compositions and live performances due to the result of his complications with diabetes related problems/ issues. Before his first solo album debut released to all major platforms. A mixtape called entitled "The Parker" had been almost everywhere in the Decatur streets, of his hometown in Illinois prior to the year 2009, shortly after his dear grandmother passed away on the morning after his twenty- second birthday, at approximately 8:05 AM. King David Wayne Parker, would write books and record music created strictly, from his heart and unorthodox soulful admirations projected to the universe, while compelling the ears of all his listeners his mindful, but extraordinary thoughts are meant to be received, with the efforts of love and moments of memorable, compassionate inspiration and affirmative wisdom. Opening for mainstream artosts such as Yo Gotti, GLC and live performances with Blowin Big Entertainment while also, mixing and editing two compilation mixtapes for them King David has featured on many other local hip-hop artist projects. Whether at a bar or club he quickly became a well known local artist mainly to showcase his immediately recognizable talented skills that are promising, undeniable and have an easily, quick level of admittance from a crowd of people.
A timeless art in music HipHop, Rap and R&B forever is believed to be apart of King David's destiny.