Kero One is a Korean-American hip hop MC, producer, and DJ from San Francisco, California. He has been recognized for re-introducing the jazz rap sound in the early to mid 2000s with his jazz-hop album Windmills of the Soul.
|Also known as:||Kero Uno|
|Origin:||San Francisco, California|
|Genres:||Hip hop, rap, R&B, electro|
|Occupation(s):||Rapper, composer/producer, DJ|
|Instruments:||Vocals, keyboard, bass guitar, drums|
|Labels:||Plug Label / P-Vine / M.net|
|Associated acts:||DJ King Most, Ohmega Watts, Epik High|
|Twitter:||Kero One's Twitter profile|
|IMDb:||Kero One's IMDb|
About Kero One
Hip-hop artist known for fusing rap and jazz with his groundbreaking debut 2006 album Windmills of the Soul. He would go on to release over half a dozen more successful albums.
He was only six years old when he started listening to old school hiphop. He would later work as a web designer while recording his first single with home equipment.
In 2008, he collaborated with Aloe Blacc on the single "Get Down."
He hails from San Francisco, California. He would later settle in Los Angeles.
Information related to Kero One
- Rappers from the San Francisco Bay Area
- Musicians from the San Francisco Bay Area
- Hip hop record producers