Tion Wayne is a British hip-hop rapper and DJ from England. He was born on September 01, 1993, and his birthplace in Edmonton, London, England. His height is about 5′ 10”. He appeared on three top-10 singles on UK Singles Chart as a guest NSG’s “Options”, “Keisha & Becky” with Russ Millions, and KSI’s track “Houdini” before getting his first top 10 hits as the lead artist with “I Dunno” featuring Dutchavelli and Stormzy, which peaked at number 7.
Tion was born in Edmonton in the Borough of Enfield, North London. His mother was a nurse and his father was a computer engineer and they were from Nigeria.
On 4 March 2017, Tion was involved in a brawl outside a nightclub in Clifton, Bristol where he was among the performers who had been DJing at the venue.
The brawl involved more than 100 people. Tion, along with three other men, was due to be sentenced at Bristol Crown Court on 9 November and was jailed for 16 months.
Tion Wayne began to make a name for himself in the music scene in 2010 after dropping a handful of videos on YouTube.
By 2014, he had released his first mixtape, titled Wayne’s World, and slowly began building a loyal following.
By 2016, he had supported artists such as American rapper Rick Ross and Ghanaian artist Sarkodie, the follow-up mixtape, Wayne’s World Vol. 2, was also released that year.
In 2017, he released Transition EP. He made his UK Singles Chart debut in early 2019 when he was featured on London-based group NSG’s single “Options”, which peaked at number seven.
His single “Keisha & Becky” with fellow UK rapper Russ also reached the UK top 10, peaking at number seven.
In 2020, he was featured, alongside rapper and singer Swarmz, and rapper KSI’s single “Houdini”.