Kevski, a bass playing rapper, grew up in North London, Palmers Green or (Palmers Greek as some people refer to it). His 4 sisters had a strong influence on his musical style from a young age. He would walk into their room, and pumping out their stereo would be an up tempo rare groove classic. Although he did not appreciate that genre as much as hip-hop and R&B, the energy was un-deniable.
He began writing rhymes and playing bass at 12 years old, and sang from an even younger age. An opportunity came about when he was 16, where a local youth club in Enfield was offering free studio time. Kevski jumped at the chance and produced some hip-hop tracks with a producer called subliminal. These tracks would involve the producer cutting and scratching motown classics, while Kevski flipped some pattern altering lyrics over heavy hip-hop beats. A great stepping stone for his artform.
At 19, he was approached by then Dreem Teem vocalist Luigi and a independent record label to join a new band. At first the idea of this was alien to him, a mix of house, garage and R&B. But he listened to their material and decided to join them as a rapper/singer and was writing alot of material for them. After many tours and a music video that was in the top 20 on "The Box" music channel for weeks aswell as MTV, he decided that it was time to go solo.
Now he has the album his always dreamed of in "End Of World Show". He laces smooth b-lines over big beat and hookey songs, while at the same time spitting thought driven lyrics and melodic vocals. But Kevski really come alive when he does it live, where he creates a mood in a venue of pure energy. Witness the Kevski experience yourself.
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