Kwue Molly grew up in Staten Island, New York City. He picked up art at an early age and eventually took on all other elements of hip-hop. For the past two decades, he has been involved in numerous music and art projects, both commercial and underground. Most notably working with Ghostface Killah on the Pretty Tony and Fishscale/More Fish album; also participating in 2011 HOWL Festival in NYC, Art Basel in Miami in 2013, 1st Place in the Ink Monstr Sitcky Situation art event in NYC in 2013, and most recently painting live at the Governor’s Island 6th Annual Beach Party with Wu-Tang and the Lox performing.
Kwue Molly has been instrumental in changing the face of multiple neighborhoods on Staten Island. Always one to lend a hand, and help where he can, Kwue has painted numerous community murals with various themes for different businesses and foundations. He is also heavily involved with all the other street artists responsible for creating some of Staten Island’s most notable outdoor murals including the Pillz Killz wall. By now, he has established himself as one of the most recognized artists on Staten Island while working alongside other major New York City artists and has been showing his art all over the country and overseas.