When ANOKHI sexy successful artist British songwriter and crooner KcK walked into a London mall screaming fans rushed to get his autograph. He even lost a sleeve in the process—a moment which KcK called a career highlight. Oh he has had other moments as well. In Oct. 2009 his debut single “The Devil Firemix” was released under his own label and upon hearing his sound Asiana Magazine dubbed him the “Asian Frank Sinatra.” The 27-year-old describes his sound as soulful and urban with a positive message. It has catchy hooks and draws inspiration from The Rat Pack Michael Jackson and Stevie Wonder. Born and raised in London KcK got his feet wet when he started performing percussion with live bands such as Juggy D at the tender age of six. But his beginnings were fraught with challenges. KcK spent his formative years being bullied quite badly which affected his self-esteem. His escape was his ability to channel his energies and experiences into songs. Songwriting and singing were his saviours. His song “The Devil Firemix” contains a message about staying focused even when the devil might make you take the easy way out. His song has steadily been making airwaves in Europe including on the BBC. He has performed to swooning and screaming fans at the B4U Ball a gala event organized by the U.K. Bollywood TV channel Sony B4U in London in 2009. KcK performed alongside a number of British-South Asian stars. KcK also kicked it up alongside BBC celebrity comedian Patrick Monahan (winner of ITV’s show me the funny 2011) on British national TV in 2009. KcK will release his new single “Love” in March and his first album Can we KcK it!! in June. There are also plans underway for a world tour some time this year. KcK has received great respectappreciation and recognition for his talent from well kown sources including international Reggae Artist apache Indian ceo of Konvict music and many more. Visit www.artistkck.com for more!!