KOS and Dom take us on a trip with ‘Passport’.
Growing up in Palmdale, CA was journey through a dried out city of pessimists that spoke negatively of any art or trends that surfaced. That and the upbringing between two families of different religions gave KOS perspective that lead to the many ideas portrayed in his music. KOS began a career of music through wavy streams of wild lyricism and multiple styles of underground r&b hip-hop.
Often crossing platforms, he is one of the very few artists that also serves as a professional cinematographer to guide the direction of his message visually. With influences like Lauryn Hill, Kanye West, Outkast, and Kendrick Lamar, KOS has started a pathway to change what it means to be African American and “influential” in America. Watch his ‘Passport‘ visual below.
“I’m not very good at following societies rules to the T because then I don’t feel like I’m innovating. I have to push the limits on what people are comfortable with in order to change and inspire new ideas.” – KOS