|Birth name||Taelor Eugene Gray|
|Born||June 2, 1984|
|Genres||Christian hip hop|
|Associated acts||Christon Gray, The Elevationists|
Taelor Eugene Gray (born June 2, 1984) is an American Christian hip hop musician. He was part of The Elevationists with his brother, Christon Gray, and James Hazley, before they started their solo musical endeavors. His first studio album, The Mocker and the Monarch, was released in 2015, independently.
Taelor Eugene Gray was born on June 2, 1984, in Columbus, Ohio, the son of Arthur Leroy Gray Jr. and Leigh Ann Gray (née, Wilson), with his younger brother, Christon Gray, where they were raised in a Charismatic Pentecostal Church, in particularly the chorale ministry. He was educated in private schools from kindergarten through the eighth grade, when he went to and graduated from Groveport Madison High School. Gray graduated from Ohio State University in 2006.
- Studio albums
- Jacob and Judas (2019)
- The Love Don't Last Long (2018)
- In the Way of Me (2017)
- The Mocker and the Monarch (September 4, 2015, independent)
- The Straw Man (2013)
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