Koflows multi-talented Korean musician based in New York is has recently come out with his latestusic video Rollin Up. Since the beginning of his career, he has worked without being signed to a label. Dj Whookid, 50 Cent’s DJ, picked up and co-signed his previous two singles, “Rollin Up” and “Reason,” which were both playing on Sirius XM radio at the time.
After seeing a cypher at a party once in Brooklyn, New York, he became interested in music. This led him to meet Kanye West producer Mike Dean, who co-signed him and invited him to perform with Rick Ross, A$AP Ferg, Swae Lee, Desiigners and others at the pop-up store M.W.A. He moved to Hawaii to work more on his music after opening for Jhene Aiko Tyga, Madeintyo and other artists at a festival there.
Dr. Chill, Jhene Aiko’s father who has performed in many of his main songs and is a mentor and close friend of Koflows, offered him the opportunity to work with him shortly after his arrival in Los Angeles. Many Koflows tracks feature Dr. Chill as a guest artist and vice versa.
He’s widened his sound to become more eclectic, and he has started to approach his work from a worldwide viewpoint in terms of personal and professional development. Gaining the confidence to express oneself has been one of the most significant milestones in his life, and it is something he loves and will continue to cultivate. Self-sufficiency has been a crucial milestone in his career as an artist after many arduous challenges.
His long-term goal is to inspire a large number of people in many ways. He simply wanted to create music and sounds that could move people on a mental, physical and spiritual level. Making the next three music videos is one of his short-term ambitions. One of the records he’ll be releasing soon is “Movie Scene,” produced by Anthony Khilover, Kanye West’s producer and lead engineer.