Kevlaar 7 is an unadulterated dose of reality….the type of wake up call that can change your perspective on life.
In an age when ignorance is a choreographed act developed in marketing meetings, and beef is a carefully planned media tool, it seems that all of our true emcees are put on the backburner, in exchange for fame. But after just one listen to Kevlaar 7’s lyrical talent, intellect, concepts, and insight, it’s clear that this unparalleled MC/Producer is about as real as it gets. Not because of where he is from or how he came to get where he is today, but because of the way he has chosen to articulate himself. Candid, controversial, and visual Kevlaar 7 quickly become one of hip hop’s strongest voices for the people, with his well-crafted rhetoric and street versus reality imagery. Kevlaar 7 has been endorsed by some of the most prominent artists in underground hip hop, as evidenced by his laudable work with the likes of Bronze Nazareth, The Wisemen, Sha Stimuli, Ras Kass, Styles P, George Clinton, Roc Marciano, Inspectah Deck, The GZA, Vast Aire, Killah Priest, Cappadonna, Planet Asia, Kurupt, The RZA and many more…
Attentive of his influence and determined to stay true to his ‘no sugar coating’ mantra, Kevlaar’s music mirrors a life that was under construction and demonstrates a man who speaks to truth because it is all he knows. While others use smoke and mirrors to trick impressionable buyers, it’s Kevlaar’s brutal honesty that keeps his fans coming back for more.
Sadly, Kevlaar 7 passed away battling a rare blood disorder (APS) December 23, 2014. He is loved and remembered by family, friends, and fans.