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Official Site: http://www.kofmusic.com | @kofmusic
“I remember I used to sing for my family when I was about 6. As I got older I would write my own lyrics, I have been working on both singing and writing ever since”

And KOF has gotten pretty good at it. So much so, that the singer-songwriter & producer from Liverpool is now considered one of the most successful & exciting unsigned talents in the UK – with a superb live show, consistent radio and TV support, critically acclaimed releases as well as co-signs by top industry insiders, KOF is definitely earning his One To Watch status.

KOF is one of the most talented new songwriters in the UK, with the unique ability to communicate evoke emotions, tell stories and create melodies that remain with you for years. Set alongside a fusion of classic soul vocals, folkesque storytelling and the musical abandon prevalent in Jazz, it all sits snuggly on soulful sound-beds of contemporary urban rhythms. This musical mix has attracted a strong global fan base, cutting across different demographics in a very organic and authentic way.

“I don’t think consciously why I make the music I make. Everything I create is what I know, what I’ve been through and what I see and feel… it’s a product of me”

That approach has paid off in a big way. In the past few years KOF has racked up a number of achievements normally reserved for only signed artists – 11 nationally playlisted records, over 24 regionally playlisted records, 3 national headline tours, music synched on a number of top rated TV shows in UK and US, collaborations with top artists across various genres (Wiley, Wretch 32, Terri Walker, Sam Frank, Manu Dibangu), 1000s of singles sold and performances at a number of top shows and festivals in both UK & Europe. However despite this, KOF and his music still retain the excitement and intrigue of a fresh artist. This, and his ability to continually push the envelope, is the reason why so many in the know consider KOF to be the “the Future of UK Music”.