Growing up in rural Florida, Kenneth “Kb da Boss” Brown developed an interest in music and its lyrical content at the age of eight when his Uncle Julian introduced him to Hip Hop. Listening to Andre 3000, Outkast, A Tribe Called Quest, Common, and Tupac were among his early inspirations. His appreciation for Hip Hop runs deep with it’s ability to evoke emotion, it’s “feel good, emotional real talk music” which gives voice to messages of life’s lessons, feelings and the ability to connect to an audience on a personal level. “Hip Hop to me is the feeling that's put into music. Rappers sometimes just rap at you or around you, not necessarily to you and to me that classifies RAP music. It’s not just about girls, cars, and money” it’s about Kb da Boss sharing his emotions, and personal messages to his fan base.
Enjoying the art of lyrical expression through music is a key driving force for Boss, however, there is an underlying propensity to succeed. His goals, and musical ambitions are directly linked to his daughter, Nevaeha. Boss feels a deep-seated need to show Nevaeha that hard work, dedication, and love of music are a driving force that cannot be deterred. His life lesson to Nevaeha is that failure is not an option, to learn from each set back and keep moving through life with an end goal in sight.
Passion for musical, and lyrical content expression, the love of his daughter, are the reasons that Kb da Boss eats, sleeps, and dreams of music. His goal is to write, produce, and explore all opportunities in the music world.