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|Birth name||Daniel Johnson|
Miami, Florida, United States
|Origin||Orlando, Florida, United States|
|Instruments||FL Studio, Pro Tools, Roland Fantom-X, Yamaha Motif, Korg Triton|
|Labels||Atlantic Records, Artist Publishing Group|
|Associated acts||Nicki Minaj, Lil Wayne, Lupe Fiasco, Drake, Trey Songz, Roscoe Dash, T-Pain, Birdman|
Johnson first found monetary success from producing while still in high school by selling his beats over the internet. Working with artists such as Micah T from Invasion Productions. He was soon contacted by Mike Caren, Executive Vice President of A&R for Atlantic Records, who signed him to a publishing contract with the label.
In February 2011, Johnson, along with fellow Atlantic Records labelmate Trey Songz as well as Atlantic Records itself, had an $18 million lawsuit filed against them by hip-hop producer Milton James claiming that the hit song Bottoms Up had originally been written and copyrighted by James alone.
Since his success, Kane founded his own label called "The Building". The first artist signed was The Mad Violinist. Since then he signed songwriter Kief Brown, and producer JMIKE (born Jeremy Coleman, who is signed in a joint venture with Dr. Luke's Prescription Songs). Johnson tags most of his beats with a robotic male voice saying "Kane is in the building, nigga." 
- "Kane Beatz Is Definitely In The Building". Allindstrom.com. Retrieved 2011-02-21.
- "Board Game: Kane Beatz". Ozone Magazine. Retrieved 2011-02-21.
- "Featured: Kane Beatz". Illroots.com. Retrieved 2011-02-21.
- "Album Sails Fail, Reality Show Fail & Now Copyright Fail...TIME TO PAY UP TREY!". DefGlam.com. Retrieved 2011-02-21.
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