As his hit "Keep Up" explains, U.K. entertainer and MC KSI has a "book, a movie, a Lamborghini, and a song about a Lamborghini." Born Olajide Olatunji, KSI was known as KSIOlajideBT in 2008 when he became a regular video game commentator, uploading his videos to the Web, most of them focused on the FIFA series.
It was a footballer who inspired him to try his hand at rap as Emile Heskey was the topic of "Heskey Time," a satirical rap that kicked off a series of football-mocking songs, including 2012's "Sweaty Goals" with Randolph. In 2013 he joined rapper Sway on his single "No Sleep," then in 2014 he appeared on producer Droideka's track "Get Hyper." In 2015 he dropped his own track "Lamborghini" featuring P-Money, along with "Keep Up," which was also the title cut for that year's debut KSI EP. His book KSI: I Am a Bellend appeared that same year, and was released under the title KSI: I Am a Tool in the United States. ~ David Jeffries, Rovi