Chad Future is a chart-topping singer, rapper, and music producer, with an impressive career spanning multiple genres and over 600 Million views. Best known for his music in the ever-changing K-Pop industry, Chad has received recognition globally for his song and video collaborations together with some of Korea’s biggest idols.
Born David Lehre in Detroit, Michigan, he was immersed in the Motor City’s rich cultural heritage and musical inspirations from a young age. Growing up surrounded by the sounds of Motown Soul, Detroit Techno, and witnessing the explosion of local artists like Eminem during the early 2000s, Lehre felt a powerful creative spark that fueled his pursuit of the arts and entertainment.
Chad Future officially debuted as an American K-Pop solo artist in 2012 with his bilingual single “Hello”, featuring both Korean and English languages. He quickly amassed a large following by posting his English remixes of popular K-Pop songs, as well as collaborating with popular Korean artists and producers on his original music. He has released several albums, which are widely regarded as the first American K-Pop crossover projects, and featured in Rolling Stone, GQ, Billboard, Esquire, and many more.
In addition to being an accomplished filmmaker, He has been modeling, acting, and hosting for most of his life, from starring in major Hollywood feature films, to hosting shows for MTV and the American Music Awards red carpet broadcast for ABC.