February 27, 1968 |
Baltimore, Maryland, United States
|Occupation||Chief executive officer, record executive, Manager|
|Years active||1986 – present|
Liles began his music career as a member of the Baltimore-based DJ crew, Numarx and is credited with co-writing "Girl You Know It's True," which was first recorded by Numarx but later became a massive first hit for Milli Vanilli.
Liles was president of Def Jam Recordings and executive vice president of The Island Def Jam Music Group from 1999 to 2004. He served as executive vice president for Warner Music Group, working under his former Island Def Jam associate Lyor Cohen  before stepping down as executive vice president of Warner Music Group to pursue entrepreneurial endeavors in September 2009.
He is married to Erika Liles. Kevin and Erika have 2 daughters; Geneviève & Valentina. He also has two children Kevin & Kayla from a previous relationship.
- Rys, Dan. "Kevin Liles Talks the Past, Present and Future of 300 Entertainment: Exclusive". Billboard. Retrieved 23 January 2018.
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- Salima Koroma (September 3, 2009). "Executive VP Kevin Liles Leaves Warner Music Group". HipHopDX.
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