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About the Artist
Mike (KID COS) Cosby C.E.O. of Star Struck Enterprises is KY born and raised. He is also connected with other Artist/Promoters Around different cities. Kid Cos has been on the music scene since 2004. He began recording and taking his music very serious at the age of 12.
“I all started with recording raps on cassette tapes while on the porch”. Once practicing and working on his craft every day, he became one of the neighborhood’s favorite rapper, because of his ability to rap about almost anything not to mention the swag in which the words were used.
D.C.B (Derby City Boyz) was a group; Kid Cos was a part of while growing up on the 38th block of Muhammad Ali. He then worked with Awaken Records which was managed by “Wyde Awake”. After having business situations take a turn Kid Cos decided to start up his own company Called “Star Struck Enterprises” where he has been seeing success from that point on. Kid Cos is a very hard worker and takes his career very serious. Hopefully you will enjoy the music provided and spread the word about one of Louisville’s most talented MC’s. Kid Cos says he owes it all to God.
THREE CORDLESS MICROPHONES.
Top 10 in Pro Performance Video , September 2013
Top 40 in Pro Performance Video , October 2013
Top 40 in Pro Performance Video , August 2013
Top 40 in Pro Performance Video , July 2013
Top 40 in Pro Performance Video , June 2013
Top 40 in Pro Performance Video , May 2013
Top 40 in Pro Performance Video , April 2013
Top 40 in Hip Hop , March 2013
Top 40 in Pro Performance Video , January 2013
KID COS "I'm the Truth"
by ***Manager Contact: Cheri "Lady Boss" Green*** email@example.com ***404-542-9969 It will be the HOTTEST birthday for the young and talented KID COS on NOVEMBER 21, 2012 when he will be gifting us...
CD RELEASE PARTY by
Walking into the upstairs ballroom at Hotel Louisville on November 30th, I can honestly say I did not know what to expect. Upon my arrival, I noticed that the crowd was still small, but steadily...