Keith Dixon is an American artist, songwriter and producer hailing from the streets of Oakland, CA. Born the oldest of 6 with both parents artist, Dixon was bound for creativity. Growing up in Oakland during the 90s, Keith became influnced by local and west coast artist such as 2Pac, Digital Underground, E-40, The Luniz. Down south rappers such as T.I., OutKast, Devin The Dude and East coast rappers such as Ma$e, Fabolous and many more. By the time Keith turned 10 he formed a Bay Area rap group with his neighboorhood friends called "BBT" (Big Bang Theory) which honed in on his lyrical and musical talents. The group performed at local talent shows throughout the Bay Area while being managed by one of the group members father. For Dixon this would be a brief introduction into the world of entertainment. After leaving Howard University in 2009, Keith returned back to Oakland, CA in his pursuit of music. In the fall of 2011 Keith Dixon released his first solo single "Crazy" also known as "Crazy Bitch" which caught the attention of major blogs and local radio stations through out the Bay Area. In the spring of 2012 Keith Dixon signed to his newly formed independent label M.T.D. (Move The Decimal) and is set releasing his highly anticipated E.P. "Therapy" winter of 2014.