Ranking #1 in Mississauga and Top 20 in Canada, Kush McCloud dedicates hard work and extreme focus to his talent, his business and his team which is what brought this Ontario Canada native to the TOP.
Holding the titles of Hip Hop Artist & RYIT Studio CEO, Kush started his career in his early 20z. Influenced by New York East Coast Hip Hop, he is a craftsman with his lyrics, he paints pictures like poetry and executes them with smooth style that allows you to relate and leaves you wanting more. His words come from experience and reflect his passion for his art as they wrap around each beat he attacks.
Kush spent 2006 – 2011 writing music and building his business RYIT Studios, which now in 2014 is successfully catering to artists all over Toronto and Kush’s own team RYIT Squad which includes artists: Kush McCloud, Simply Put, DJ MJD, David Walsh, L.I.P, Dsigner, Alex Dewitt, Spen Pire, TKP, Spidey Jackson, Skinni Buck, Susan Arch and Meg Moore. To date he has released numerous tracks, his mixtape Blue Skies & Kush Clouds” on Datpiff, and has also produced his own artist showcase series “The Sauga Continues” which has completed its first run and is looking forward to a second coming in 2015.
Throughout his thriving career, Kush has had the opportunity to share the stage with several of his influences, opening for Jadakiss, Sean Price, Heltah Skeltah, Raekwon and headlined at the Rockpile West. He has also had a write up on the UndergroundHipHopBlog, has had one of his original songs chosen for a movie soundtrack and has another song chosen for the 2014 Sochi Olympics.
Kush continues to write and release music and help develop his artists working with them, nurturing their craft using his experience, talents and connections in the Industry to propel them to reach their goals. In 2015 you can look forward to 2 new projects being released, more videos, continued shows, the 2015 “Sauga Continues” Showcase and a lot more.
Kush says his true goal is to put out music that the World can enjoy and leave his mark in the Industry.
“I take Pride in every bar I write, I write from experience and things that I see in everyday life. I hope that one day everyone will hear my music and I truly hope that my music can help people deal with things that I have dealt with also. ~ Kush McCloud