Kosha Dillz is considered to be one of the most interesting rappers in the world. The Edison NJ turned Los Angeles transplant created a career from battling at Hot 97 Summer Jam at Giants Stadium to performing at synagogues, but has also created meaningful self deprecating songs about addiction and depression alongside songs like Dodging Bullets with Matisyahu that are aimed to fight Anti-Semitism.
Although a solo artist, he has created diverse collaborations ranging from Rza of Wu Tang Clan to singers like Ida Hawk, Mickey Shiloh, and Rich Jones. His 2016 effort What I Do All Day and Pickle which was self released on his own label OY VEY!, debuted on 6 different Billboard charts including #15 on the National Heatseekers charts. His uncanny ability to freestyle has led him to rap around the world in front of thousands with the likes Matisyahu and Vans Warped Tour, much of his musical work was produced (Awkward in a Good Way, Beverly Dillz) and engineered with hit song writer Jesse Shatkin (Sia, One Direction, Kelly Clarkson, Linkin Park) . Their song "cellular phone" landed in a massive Bud Light commercial in 2012 for their "Here We Go" campaign. His 2nd album Awkward in a Good Way was released in 2013 on Murs Label 316, and also featured Murs and Gangsta Boo of Three 6 Mafia on the album. Kosha's sole EP, Gina and The Garage Sale, was entirely produced by German producer Shuko, and features his hit Tri-lingual song Span-Hebrish.