|Birth name||AnDraya Skcih|
|Born||July 8, 1985|
|Origin||Columbia, South Carolina, United States|
|Years active||2005 – present|
|Labels||Skky Music LLC|
|Associated acts||Trick Daddy, Brisco (rapper), DunkRyders, UnTuchabel|
Nicknamed "Skky" by affiliates in the urban market, she debut her vocal abilities on Trick Daddy's December 19, 2006 album release Back By Thug Demand. Rumors quickly spread in the Fall of 2007 that Skky had signed with Dunk Ryder Records, teaming up with Trick Daddy, Iceburg, Fella, and Soup for what would have been an unstoppable combination for the South.
The rumors came to a stop when DunkRyder's (the group) signed with Cash Money/Universal and Skky was not part of the deal. In an interview Skky said, "At the time, I wasn't pursuing a singing career, I was more focused on my writing and Trick knew that. In fact, I was actually writing and developing a friend who wasn't the strongest writer, but had an amazing vocal talent. I really wanted to see her be successful."
In March 2009, Skky signed an independent deal with a local Miami label. In April, Skky had her debut song, "Catch 22", featuring Brisco with Poe Boy Entertainment and produced by GoldRush with Dunk Ryder Records, mastered and set for a May release date. The song was rumored to have leaked two weeks early, but the response was so positive, it sparked the decision to proceed with the music video.
A reliable Circle House engineer[who?] claims that Skky's relationship with the label turned sour due to some bad dealings by the label owner. Skky's manager immediately dealt with the situation and separated Skky from the label.
In 2010, Dray Skky and her Manager Damon formed Skky Music LLC, an Artist Management, Artist Development Company. In the fall of 2010 Skky Music LLC signed the following acts to the Management Division: (1) Mirani Starr [Female Rapper], (2) Sariyna [Female Singer], (3) UnTuchabel [Male Rapper], (4) Top Flight Generals [Male Rap Group].
Dray Skky was born in Columbia, South Carolina to Mary Williams and Clifton Skcih. She signed to Millie Lewis Modeling Agency at the age of five and for two years she starred in various department store commercials and advertisements. In elementary school, Skky developed a passion for writing poetry and short stories. When she moved to Carrollton, GA in the third grade, a childhood friend, who played the guitar, convinced Skky to add melody to her poems. This is when Skky realized how much she enjoyed the art of songwriting.
- 2006: Back by Thug Demand - Song Title: You Damn Right
- 2009: Catch 22
- 2010: E.O.S Mixtape / Global South, Inc. - Song Title(s): Bedrock, Keep Him Safe, Like Damn 
- 2011: Do or Die 259 - Song Title: Living Large (Songwriter, Background Vocalist)