SummaryKaos got his start in the music business at just 15 years old where he would sneak into local nightclub's, and enter MC battles, open mics, etc. At 20 years old Kaos was able to finance, secure distribution and release his own record independently. "I worked a telemarketing job to finance my first project. After securing distribution for it's release, it went on to sell 2,000 copies with no major radio play, no video, and no press. By the age of 22 with clever content and a great stage show, Kaos' music has allowed him to see crowds all over, from the U.S., Australia, and Japan.
Over the years Seņor Kaos has shared the stage with artists and DJ's such as: MF DOOM, Jazzy Jeff, Big Daddy Kane, Pharoahe Monch, Slum Village, Clipse, Little Brother, Pete Rock, Biz Markie, Raekwon and Ghostface (Wu-Tang), DJ Premier, Maseo (De La Soul) and many more.
Seņor Kaos' highly anticipated album "The Kaos Effect" shares the same name as his website (thekaoseffect.com) which was created in 2007 as a way to connect with fans. When asked about the album Kaos said: "The Kaos Effect is a snap shot of my life from the years 2000 through 2010, you'll hear stories about my trails and tribulations of becoming an artist, quitting my job to follow my passion, starting my own company, making money, losing money, traveling the world, getting evicted, and dealing with the death of a fellow solider and friend."
The album is produced entirely by Atlanta mainstay Illastrate. Illastrate has worked with artists Tiye Phoenix, Sean Boog (Away Team), Dynas, and most recently J-Live who's new album S.P.T.A. features two offerings from the producer. In addition to Illastrate's production the album also features guest artists: J-Live, Fresh Daily, Binkis Recs, Ekundayo, Ozy Reigns, Lyric Jones, Fort Knox and DJ Dainja.
Songs like "The Understanding" and the single "Restless" (featuring J-Live) deal with the everyday struggles of an artist trying to balance art and life, while songs like "New And Improved" and "It's Like That" deal with the lighter side of life over a radio ready backdrop. The album also features College/ Internet radio staples "Automatic Classic" and "Girls Rock Too", the latter was one of the top records on UK's BBC 1Xtra.