Meet Kevin Meyer, a talented American music artist who was born on March 13th, 1989 in Queens, NY. Since 2011, he has been impressing the music industry with his exceptional skills as a musician, singer, rapper, and entertainment performer. During their tours, Meyer has opened for renowned MTV and Billboard artists, including Trace Cyrus, Hawthorne Heights, Ryan Cabrera, John Walker from Panic! At The Disco, and many others. His debut EP, “Take Me Home,” was released in 2009 and was expertly produced and mixed by Mario Salvati. Salvati is renowned for his exceptional work with Blondie, Debby Gibson, Bob Dylan, and the Beverly Hills Cop movie soundtracks starring Eddie Murphy. Meyer also had the honor of opening for Teddy Geiger during his New York tour stop in 2011. Geiger is a pop icon since 2005 and starred in the film “The Rocker” alongside Rainn Wilson, Christina Applegate, Josh Gad, Emma Stone, Jason Sudeikis, Bradley Cooper, and more. Meyer’s inclusion in the summer Vans Warped Tour lineup in 2012 is a testament to his remarkable talent and versatility as a performer. Performing alongside other greats such as All Time Low, Taking Back Sunday, Machine Gun Kelly, Yellowcard, Mod Sun, G-Eazy, and Senses F, Meyer proved himself to be a true performer.

In 2014, Kevin Meyer released his four-song EP titled Let It All Out, which features drummer Atom Willard from the band Against Me and past bands The Offspring, Danko Jones, Rocket From The Crypt, and Blink 182s Tom Delonge’s Alternative Rock band Angels And Airwaves. Meyer released his fourth release in 2017, titled Four featuring the songs “Ultimatum” and “Ordinary Love Song.”
During the writing and release In 2017, Meyer fought a nasty custody battle for 11 months regarding relocation from NY to New Hampshire over his then 4-year-old son. After losing by default due to a breakdown and a poor mental state, he was not as active in music and his social media presence. However, for the 10th anniversary of his Debut, he released remixes called Take Me Home The Remixes. From 2017 through 2020, unfortunately, Meyer suffered from Suicide tendencies and substance abuse. On March 30, 2020, he attempted to take his life at his Long Island, NY home. Meyer consumed enough narcotics to pronounce him dead, putting him into a coma for over three days from Benson’s and smoke inhalation from a house fire which was no accident, and wanted to die. Post Covid, he was in recovery, now no longer Suicidal, and looking to tell his story through both his music and by helping spread suicide prevention with a mental health company and fundraiser that will benefit victims as well. In March of 2023, the musician founded SPPBKM, a social, mental health, and suicide prevention company whose proceeds will go to the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention, a non-profit organization the rising star chose to work with and went Public with on April 15, 2023. He is also writing both his comeback releases from his involuntary hiatus. He has shared on social media The Prelude EP called Detached and his first Full-length Album titled To Hell And Back, which is about his life and suicide state. It has been made clear on social media sites through his post and other sources that both releases are a change of genres mixing Hip Hop and Rock elements. It is also aware that the recording, additional co-writing, production, and mixing of the double record will occur at The Mix Palace, whose Gold and Platinum Records include working with BIG Notorious on the blockbuster hit Juice soundtrack. Also, their credits include Redman, Public Enemy, Maria Carey, Eminem, Rhianna, Kanye West, Cardi B, Busta Rhymes, Nas, and more Music Artists.

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Music Artist Kevin Meyer Announces Comeback Releases “Detached” and “To Hell and Back” 

Music artist Kevin Meyer, known for his collaborations with MTV and Billboard artists such as Machine Gun Kelly, G Eazy, All Time Low, Mod Sun, Yellowcard, The Used, and others, has announced his return to the music scene after an involuntary hiatus due to mental health struggles.

Meyer’s hiatus began in 2020, when he struggled with suicidal tendencies and eventually attempted to take his own life. He took a step back from the music industry to focus on his mental health and wellbeing.
During his time away, Meyer began writing new material that reflected his struggles and journey towards healing. The result is his upcoming releases, “Detached” and “To Hell and Back”, which offer a raw and honest look into his experiences.
“Detached” is a hauntingly beautiful track that explores the feeling of detachment from oneself and others, while “To Hell and Back” is a powerful anthem about resilience and the ability to overcome even the darkest moments.
Meyer’s upcoming releases, “Detached” and “To Hell and Back”, offer a raw and honest look into his experiences and are set to release soon. These releases not only include hope and his story in his lyrics but also through SPPBKM, a company that was founded by Meyer.
SPPBKM, which stands for Suicide Prevention Presented by Kevin Meyer, is a company that aims to promote mental health awareness and prevent suicide. In partnership with the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention, a non-profit organization dedicated to preventing suicide and providing support to those affected by suicide, Meyer’s mission is to help others through his upcoming music releases and by involving other new mental health advocates on
Meyer hopes that his music will not only be a source of comfort and inspiration for those who are struggling, but also raise awareness about the importance of mental health and destigmatizing mental illness.
“Let’s Spread Suicide Awareness Like its Violence,” said Meyer. “He want to let people know that they’re not alone and that there’s always hope, even in the darkest moments.”
For more information on Kevin Meyer and his music, visit his website at

Post Involuntary Hiatus Press Release
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