Clyde Lee McKnight (born April 10, 1992) is an American socialite, singer, rapper, choreographer, dancer and actor from Seattle, Washington. He was signed to Queen Bee Entertainment/Interscope Records and released his debut single, “Simon Sez” in 2009 and also appeared on Lisa "Left Eye" Lopez posthumous album, alongside Lil Mama on "Block Party" . In 2012, He co wrote a song for Paris Hilton's sophomore album. The demo with vocals from Clyde McKnight leaked in the Summer of 2012. Due to a feud between Paris and the producer of the song Afrojack, the song was given to rapper Pitbull with the chorus song by Havana Brown and appeared on the rappers seventh studio album Global Warming. The version with vocals from Paris Hilton leaked November 20, 2012. Now a free agent, Clyde has plans to release a mixtape "Clyde McKnight... The Bachelor" , It features his newest single, “Drop It Down,” featuring YG and DJ Mustard.
that is available as a free download on his website: www.CLYDEMCKNIGHT.WEBS.COM.
Clyde McKnight’s first taste of fame came when he helped choreograph a performance with Pretty Rickey and Ashlee Simpson of there hit single's "Grind On Me" and "L.O.V.E". After the positive response, he was then introduced to the national public in Vibe Magazine. Rapper Lil Kim signed McKnight to Queen Bee Entertainment in 2009. The debut single, “Simon Sez”, which reached #98 in the US Top 100 Billboard, back in June 2009. Mcknight’s planned debut album was called "Animated".