Born as the fourth child of a preacher, Kaine lost most of his vision by the age of six. By 18, he was selling and using drugs on his way to an early grave. But somehow, music caught him, and he began putting his fears, hurt, and pain onto paper. His first album, recorded with the group BOS, won him performing slots with artists like Scarface, MC EHIT and A Tribe Called Quest. Now, Minister Kaine is back with his long awaited album "Gone Yet Still Breathing" which has caught the eye of many major labels.