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Houston, TX | Established. Jan 01, 2012 | SELF

Houston, TX | SELF
Established on Jan, 2012
Solo Hip Hop R&B




"Five Memorial Day Mixtapes You Need In Your Life"

K. Mitch, No More Wishing
Pluses: Bigga Rankin and K. Mitch are your motivational speakers to get paid.
Minuses: You still have never made a Kanye West "Last Call" closer in your life.

Off the rip, you’re going to enjoy K. Mitch’s No More Wishing if you have a sore spot for straightforward, get money and forget everything else rap tapes. Jeezy manifested plenty of this on his early work, especially with Trap Or Die and Thug Motivation 101. Being from all over the place but finding roots in Houston make K. Mitch an outlier of the worst kind. One, he has no actual allegiance to any side of the city. Two, if you didn’t already know him and listened to him blindly then you’d hear a weird audio dissonance that’ll remind you of GT Garza’s high-wire/trapeze rhyming act.

That being said, No More Wishing finds an early immediacy in regards to getting money, wanting to separate fame from profit and more. However, the inclusion of spoken word, Susan Carol’s dutiful harmonies and more spill K. Mitch’s agenda of money over everything into different cups. “Power” takes a dusty, bulbous beat and rummages over Section.80-style wisdom about an invisible section of the world (“The Man”) holding down those from obtaining profit and a certain stature within society. Mitch isn’t afraid to pick a side or even carry a flag when it comes to police brutality or the disenfranchisement of felons. It happens to come in a middle ground, where he’s no public servant bound to the will of the people.

Rather, he’s still a fallible rapper and human, capable of falling yet still standing to carry the weight whenever necessary. “Before I Go” is an ode to his mother wrapped around gothic strings and a low-level bass line. “When you get there, you got more to lose,” he raps. No More Wishing is ambitious in nature, willing to cover plenty in order to appease many. Best of all, Bigga Rankin appears like a wise soothsayer, similar to how he treated hosting duties for Jeezy’s Trap Or Die 2. If it doesn’t have Bigga Rankin’s blessing, it’s not a full fledged street tape. Simple as that. - Houston Press


Still working on that hot first release.



"Music is a passion of mine I cant live without." K.Mitch

Kelvin Mitchell AKA K.Mitch was born November 18, 1987 in San Bernadino, CA. Growing up living with his grandmother music was his first love. Whether writing, singing, or rapping music has always been a part of K.Mitch's life- even while pursuing other avenues. While on a basketball scholarship at University of Denver in 2007 K.Mitch was introduced to music producer Shervin Bunch. He signed to his label Wazdown Records that same year. Wanting to continue his collegiate basketball career K.Mitch was forced to transfer to East Central University in Ada, Oklahoma. His music also began to gain more exposure. As K.Mitch's immense potential and talent continued to show it possessed him to pursue music full time. In 2008 he was opening shows for Slim Thug, E40, and Twista just to name a few. Also that year K.Mitch's first album "True Testimony" was released. "True Testimony" earned nominations by The National Academy of Recording Arts & Sciences for the 2010 Grammy Awards in the following categories: Best Rap Solo Performance, Best Sung Collaboration (Featuring T Black), and Best Rap Song. In 2011 K.Mitch found his home in Pittsburgh, PA with his then label Wazdown Records. Making pit stops in Dallas before finally settling back in his hometown of  Houston all along the way he steadily continued building his fan base with his poetic flow, strong vocals, and killer hooks. K.Mitch has been spending his time since then going strong on Big Heff Tour's, radio appearances, and in the studio non stop making music. Now in 2016 his current single "4 Lanez" is quickly garnering national attention and radio play. It has been the "hot pick" on such medias as Starfleet Music Pool and K.Mitch hailed as the artist to watch. "4 Lanez" is just a glimpse of what to expect from K.Mitch's new EP "No More Wishing" which will be dropping in 2017. This past year K.Mitch has also spent time expanding different ventures and started a brand that is reflective of his beliefs; rather than trying to "blend in" being an outlier to the  "in crowd" is the optimal position to become triumphant. The OutCrowd or TOC is meant to encourage out of the box thinking, and choosing the road less traveled to reach success. Using his life experiences as the inspiration to feed his lyrical creativity, his smooth vocals, and ever growing determination to promote forward thinking, K.Mitch is making his name known in Hip Hop music.

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