In 1950, Miles Davis reshaped Jazz with "The Birth of Kool". Fast forward to 2008, where KillaKool is pulling from Davis' story to reshape and innovate Hip Hop. KillaKool is birthing a new genre--taking the entire hip hop culture and making it "Kool."
KillaKool, formerly known as KillaMann, is a hip-hop artist who brings a breath of positivity to the world of rap. At 18 years of age KillaKool joined the United States Army. During his time in the service KillaKool excelled beyond the expectations of his superiors and peers, receiving the Expert Infantry Badge, one of the most respected honors in the United States Infantry. KillaKool brings that same determination for greatness and passion for perfection into his music. With 9 years experience in the music industry perfecting his craft, KillaKool has performed in many states throughout the Southeast. He has graced the same stage as Webbie and Crime Mob. KillaKool was also a featured performer at the May Day Festival in Fort Walton Beach, Florida and has headlined shows in his hometown of Rome, Georgia. His business savvy and personable appeals have enabled KillaKool to become a force in the music industry.
In 2006, prior to changing his moniker to KillaKool, KillaMann established his record label, Streets Entertainment. With his independency established, he and his group, The D-Town Kings, blazed the streets of the south. Two years later, in 2008, KillaKool decided to recreate himself and take his talents to the next level.
Leaving behind his darker persona, KillaMann evolved into KillaKool and is now breaking into his solo music career. With energetic solo performances and film appearances, KillaKool is establishing himself as a threat to the entertainment world.
Currently, KillaKool is recording his debut solo album "KillaMann: The Birth of KillaKool," which will feature the national hit single "Watch Me Fly" produced by T-Pain’s Nappy Boy Digital Producer BabyBoi 95 (Producer for Tay Dizm). Also in 2008 KillaKool officially signed to SoopaStar Management. Members of the production and management team are also military war-time veterans, bringing a great sense of dedication and focus to KillaKool's entire project. Versatile in his abilities, KillaKool also guest-hosts a radio show on Power 107.1 on Tuesdays at 8pm with DJ Soopa Dave in Macon, Georgia.
In 2009 KillaKool joined the Hot Topic Store Tour, currently, performing his new Single “Hope Ya Don’t Mind” in the Hot Topic Mall Stores all over the Southern Region. Recently securing shows with other major retail outlets including Skatelife Stores and Caribou Coffee.
58 years ago Miles Davis changed the face of Jazz, he altered the music and the culture; today KillaKool takes that energy and is about to bring the world of hip-hop to the next level. The movement of ‘Kool’ birthed by Miles Davis in Jazz is about to experience yet another rebirth with KillaKool and hip-hop; a music, a culture, a lifestyle.
J-Keys - keyboard
Blizzy - keyboards
Tip - Drums
Hennessy - Drums
The wake up call
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Hope ya dont mind!
Watch me fly
Local rapper to perform during world record attempt at longest concert
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Local rapper KillaKool will be part of a massive effort by the Children’s Restoration Network to bre...Local rapper KillaKool will be part of a massive effort by the Children’s Restoration Network to break the Guinness World Record for the world’s longest concert by multiple artists.
Rome’s Terrence Sublett, professionally known as KillaKool, will perform on Saturday in Johns Creek. He will be one of 200 performers participating in the 14-day event.
The 343-hour long free concert is planned to raise awareness of the plight of homeless children in the metro-Atlanta area as well as to raise funds for the 16th annual Back 2 School Campaign.
Children’s Restoration Network is a non-profit agency focusing on the community’s homeless children. Sublett will perform from 10 p.m. to 11 p.m. on Saturday, the final day of the event which takes place at Red Rabbit Pizza Pub in John’s Creek.
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Rome rapper KillaKool to perform at Hot Topic
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Rome hip hop artist Terrence Sublett is kicking off a three-state tour of performances with a show a...Rome hip hop artist Terrence Sublett is kicking off a three-state tour of performances with a show at the Hot Topic store at Mount Berry Square Mall on Oct. 16.
Performing as KillaKool, Sublett started rapping in 2001 and now records many of his tracks at his home studio.
The 26-year-old rapper performs a show at the Hot Topic store starting at 7 p.m.
Sublett’s show will be the first in a tour of Hot Topic stores throughout Alabama, Tennessee and Georgia. He has performed at several area venues as well as throughout the Southeast region.
“The show at the Hot Topic will be really entertaining,” he said. “They clear a space for me to perform and I bring a DJ with speakers and mixers and we really interact with the crowd.”
The name KillaKool was given to him, he said, by a DJ in Macon. Sublett does a radio show every Tuesday night in macon on a local hip hop station.
To learn more about KillaKool, visit online at myspace.com/dtownstreetsent or www.killakool.com.
His Rome show begins at 7 p.m. Oct. 16 at the Hot Topic store located inside Mount Berry Square Mall.
“My music is about staying positive and spreading a good message,” he said. “I hope people will come out to the store and enjoy the entertainment.”
Read more: RN-T.com - Rome rapper KillaKool to perform at Hot Topic
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