Brooklyn, NY is synonymous with great talent, tremendous creativity, and one of a kind originality. It is the home of countless legends and on March 2, 1990, Brooklyn welcomed its next undeniable talent, Marcos Diaz better known as “Cos”. From very early on, it was clear that he would be a man of many talents. Even though he is still young, the ups and downs have already taught Marcos, the person invaluable lessons while shaping Cos, the artist that we know today. While New York was the perfect arena to hone his natural poetic skills, life had different plans. At the tender age of nine, his parents decided to end their marriage sending him packing to the little known town of Vineland, NJ.
Poetry had always been an outlet for Cos, but the end to his baseball career put things into perspective. With the influences of Jay-Z, Nas, Eminem, Fabulous, and Joe Budden running through his veins, a fresh sensation awoke in him. At 18, he decided to jump in with both feet and dedicated his full time to creating music. His cousin Mjust, saw his potential and featured him on his locally released Mixtape titled, State of NJ. The recording studio experience only made his passion for music deeper and things began to come together. Shortly after, he met his current manager/partner, Eric Martinez and with their shared vision of creating quality and cutting edge music, they began bringing Cos’s dream to fruition. Cos became an official artist of The Society, releasing his first official Mixtape,
Journal Of A Dreamer. Always striving to go against the grain and standing up for what he believes in, Cos falls into a class of his own. If his hard work is any indication of what his future holds, all signs point towards success and this was only the beginning.