Korleon is a music producer from Durham, North Carolina, U.S.. He began his career as the main producer for the underground hip hop group, Da Good Ol Boyz, and has also worked with various nationally-known and underground recording artists, most recently producing the Camp Lo hit single "Lumdi".
In the late-1990s, Korleon worked at WNCU 90.7 FM radio at North Carolina Central University while attending school there. He was a radio personality, show producer, and Assistant Program/Music Director under mentor and then station Program/Music Director Jerry Carter. He was also very active hosting shows with K. Ahmaad Jenkins, as a part of Deuces Wild Entertainment, as well as working for Dexter Scott's Earthquake Productions. Always one to be in the spotlight, Korleon was nicknamed "Da Semi-Celeb", due to his ability to be featured with local and national celebrity figures.
Korleon still resides in North Carolina and served as an advisor the NCCU Hip Hop Initiative along with 9th Wonder and Christopher "Play" Martin, among others. He has worked with the university's hip hop conference as an advisor, committee chair, moderator, and host.
Recently, Korleon has extended the reach of his talent to include more community-oriented projects, focusing largely on healthcare and health promotion. He has assisted the Center for Health and Healing, Inc with their recent Health Careers Empowerment Conference video and his music production was featured in the award-winning NIH/NIEHS S.EL.F. (Study of Environments, Lifestyles, and Fibroids) Program video, which one of the 2010-2011 NIH Plain Language/Clear Communication Awards (out of 400 submissions.