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|Birth name||Kevin Georgiou|
|Born||22 May 1985|
Stonebridge, London, England
Roc Nation (2011–2013)
Universal Music (2015–present)
Kevin Georgiou (born 22 May 1985), known professionally as K Koke, is an English rapper. He is best known for his "Are You Alone" Diss track and Fire in the Booth freestyle on Charlie Sloth's show on BBC Radio 1Xtra, which has accumulated over 20 million YouTube views.
His first mixtape, Pure Koke Volume One, was given away for free on various online outlets. Following extensive radio play, he signed a deal with Roc Nation.
At the time of signing to Roc Nation, Georgiou was preparing to release Pure Koke Volume Two. He released visuals for singles "Nobody But Us" feat Abel Miller, "Lord Knows" feat Don Jaga and "Streets Are Cold" which features Birmingham's UK rap veteran Malik MD7. However, his music career was stopped abruptly as he was arrested for attempted murder. This meant Pure Koke: Volume 2 was released with very little promotion due to his disappearance.
Georgiou was later dropped from Roc Nation and in 2015 signed with Universal Music.
Attempted murder trial
Georgiou was charged with the attempted murder of an unidentified 27-year-old football player at Harlesden station on 9 March 2011 along with associate named Levi who was remanded in custody pending trial in October 2011. The victim was shot in the back. Georgiou stood trial on 4 October 2011 and was acquitted of all charges on 3 November 2011 after seven months on remand.
|I Ain't Perfect||
|Koke, Vol II||
|Pure Koke: Volume 1||
|Pure Koke: Volume 2||
|Pure Koke: Volume 3||
|Pure Koke: Volume 4 UK: 60||
|Year||Title||Peak chart positions||Album|
(featuring Maverick Sabre)
|70||—||I Ain't Perfect|
|2013||"Lay Down Your Weapons"
(featuring Rita Ora)
(featuring Bridget Kelly)
|"—" denotes single that did not chart or was not released.|
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- ^ Jay-Z Adds Britain's K Koke To Roc Nation. RTTNews, www.rttnews.com.
- ^ Jay-Z Signs UK Rapper K Koke To Roc Nation. www.prefixmag.com.
- ^ a b "Stonebridge rapper K Koke charged with Harlesden shooting". Kilburn Times. 7 April 2011. Retrieved 13 August 2011.
- ^ "Stonebridge rapper K Koke to stand trial for attempted murder in October". Kilburn Times. 26 April 2011. Retrieved 14 August 2011.
- ^ "Stonebridge rapper K Koke acquitted of Harlesden train station shooting – Crime – London24". Archived from the original on 23 October 2013. Retrieved 3 November 2011.
- ^ "K Koke > UK Charts". Official Charts Company.
- ^ Peak positions for singles in Scotland:
- For "Lay Down Your Weapons": "Chart Archive > March 23, 2013". Official Charts Company.