He feels by being in the game so long he has learned the industry from street view. “Everything is business, and it’s enough for everybody to eat.”
St.Louis has created some of the most successful stars in the rap game like Nelly, Chingy, J-Kwon, Huey, Jibbs and the St.Lunatics; but, KCO Mr.Allnyta has come to give all the fans what St.Louis isn’t known for, Trap Music. He doesn’t see himself as an influential artist, he just speaks about his everyday life simple, straight, and to the point. Relatable music and that’s what makes people feel him.
KCO is trying to make a name for himself outside of his city as well as internationally. He has worked with several successful artists in and out of the city and strived to open doors for his people. He stepped away from the game two years ago to focus on being a solo artist and start his independent label with his cousin Calvin Nelson, Tracchouse Ent — also known as T.H.E. Movement. They also own a publishing company called The Movement 14.
As a pioneer in the game since 2005, he’s had some major accomplishments with his group Block Boyz. Their hit singles went global, which allowed them to work with artists such as Yo Gotti, MJG & Eight Ball, Jeezy, Rick Ross, Boosie, Webbie to say the least.
The video above is the debut single, “A Week Later,” off his anticipated mixtape, “I Ain’t Shit” hosted by DJ Victoriouz.