I was 4 years old, my first time Performing. I was living at Taft Orlando with my mom, grandma, two aunts and uncles. It was a full house, we barely made end meet.  When I first heard Michael Jackson on the radio I wanted to be just like Mike. I remember dancing at the Taft boys and girls club. Didn't know any better, but I was happy just to dance. At the age of 10 I started beatboxing a little bit. I remember the new jack swing era. I started listening to Bobby Brown, Guy, Teddy Riley.
As i got older my life grew ruffer and tuffer. Music was my key. I started singing more. My uncle introduced me to greats like Luther Vandros, Peabo Bryson, so and so forth. I didn't get introduced to hip hop until I heard "Today was a good day" by Ice Cube, on my uncle's cd player. I was like wow now that's dope.
I started walking round as if to say I was talking to myself but trying to make up rhymes. By the time I was 12 I knew what I want to do for the rest of my life.
I started studying the whole industry from new Jack swing to old school motown like the Jackson 5, Smokey Robinson, James Brown, Aretha Franklin, The four tops, The Delfonics, and so many more. Just that life took it's turn and I ended up working job after job trying to make it in this music world trying to make it as a star and do it on my own. However I ended up losing myself for awhile thinking about my life and how it was affecting others around me. I felt like I wasn't going to make it as an artist or just someone who was great at something.




I was always teased as a kid about my weight and I was told I would never be nothing in my life. so i ran away. Sleeping in burger king benches, selling weed the whole nine yards. At one time I had reached out to my god father and he took me in. I learned to shoot different guns. Show me self-discipline, hard work and instilled those traits into me. We always boxed or did some kind of activity that was crazy. See he was an x vet. I learned a lot from him and his brothers, taken those lessons and putting them in my life. I started writing a lot different. I forced myself to be great in my music. I tried sports for a while it didn't worked out. I was to focused on music and football slipped away. At the age of 14 I got myself a few notebooks. I would write in school I would write when I was bored, hell I would write because it felt good. So then I enhanced my skills as a rap artist, writer, dancer.


KOOL Beatz "I'm the Man" 2020


By the time I graduated high school. I branched off and tried to get with a few teams. Things didn't work out, I fell on my ass. As I became homeless I kept the fight and the hustle with the help of friends. I kept striving fighting and pushing my way to the top, I knew I was ready to climax, I just didn't have a platform or anyone to believe in me. Till one day Dj riott came along. I couldn't have asked for a better family even though we're not blood we are blood in many ways. At 23 I know my destiny awaits me and I am happy to be alive and able to learn and reach my gift everyday. I'm just an upcoming artist who went through a lot to get here but I believe in myself and if you believe in me too then I know it's Kool. so yeah that's me KB KOOLBEATZ MR.VIBEZ GO CHECK OUT MY TRACK 1983 ON YOUTUBE AND I WILL be posting more music real soon just wait on it #KOOLVIBEZ 

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