Torion Sellers is a singer, rapper, and dancer from Atlanta, Georgia whose youthful exuberance and charisma prompted comparisons to Usher, Chris Brown, and Michael Jackson.
After appearing in talent shows as an adolescent, Torion attracted the attention of Young Money Entertainment in November of 2011. Label president Mack Maine and founder Lil Wayne quickly signed Torion, who was 14 years old at the time, making him the youngest artist on the label. Several online mixtapes appeared over the following months with the promise of an album in 2012, but this never materialized, and in 2013 Torion took legal action against the label in order to be released from his contract. Following his departure from Young Money, Torion signed with Sony in 2014, releasing the single "Twerk Don't Hurt" by the end of the year. ~ Paul Simpson, Rovi