KALVIN KOSHA

ARTIST BIO

Calvin “Kalvin Kosha” Fitzgerald: a singer/songwriter, recording artist, actor, and graduate of Prairie View A&M University. He won an award for “Best Music Video” via the National Black Film Festival 2018 for his single, “RODEO”, produced by Platinum producer, DJ, and rapper, DJ Chose. Recently, Rodeo was aired on FM 97.9 the Box radio station in Houston, Texas, making him the first artist to be featured and interviewed, LIVE On Air, in response to winning a promotional monthly contest. Some other collaborative releases include “Black Magik”, featuring Jazz Anderson, a Hip-Hop lyricist who recently took part in the BET Awards Cypher. Another is “I Want You” and “Overtime” in collaboration with Marquo, an up-and-coming R&B/Hip-Hop artist in Houston, TX. His recent single, “Hold On”, released August 27, 2020, addressess violence, police brutality, and the political injustices that have inspired pain, frustration, and anger amongst the American people for generations.

As a young boy, singing and performing for churches, schools, and the Houston Children’s Chorus led him to paid and promotional gigs during his adolescent years. He began recording music in the 10th grade with cousins. Eventually, he joined a small entertainment & films company in New Orleans, LA, to perform promotional and paid gigs, develop as an artist, and release his debut EP, “Good Company EP,” on Feb 16, 2016, after opening a two-night show for Award-Winning Singer, Chanté Moore. Currently, he is an independent artist collaborating with others alike, performing in and out of Houston, co-managing a marketing-communications firm (Do-WAP Agency, L.L.C) and media company (SLEM), and is taking after his relative, Award-Winning American actor, Isaiah Washington, to pursue an acting career alongside music.


MUSIC


NEW SONG: “HOLD ON”

Cover Art x Kalvin Kosha

About This Song
Released August 27, 2020 | Produced x Oviethecreator

This tastefully somber and hopeful song uses historical references to address violence, police brutality, and the political injustices that have inspired pain, frustration, and anger amongst the American people for generations. It’s intended to educate and persuade listeners to shun the unjust legal system, warn of societal revolt, and remind young people that they are the world; the future. It’s got an Afro-beat vibe. Enjoy.



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✊🏾 Volunteering in my community, the first Black City in Texas, is the way I celebrated Juneteenth today. …Thanks to: @blacktownsmatter @houstonfoodbank @sheilajacksonlee @repjacksonlee and @independenceheights••#happyjuneteenth #blacklivesmatter #communitylove #keepitkosha

Posted by Kalvin Kosha on Friday, June 19, 2020
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