Kubi is a fresh, young hip-hop/pop artist hailing from war-torn Congo to Miwakuee whose talents range from rapping, songwriting, as well as a very talented basketball player. With the influence of his brother and friends, in 2010, Kubi grow his interest in rapping. Kubi decided to take full advantage of his God-given talent and launched a plan to fulfill his dreams of becoming a globally-recognized artist.
Kubi's life-long plan started with his first song “So Much”, which led him into a brief stint with 20 Entertainment (formerly an Universal Records affiliate). With 20 Entertainment, Kubi worked on his first mixtape “The Revolution”, but parted ways with the label.
In early 2011, Kubi began performing shows with his brother, rapper “Matic”. This is where Kubi started earning his rep and was asked to open for Lil Wayne in January of 2011. Soon after, Kubi had to take a partial break in his music career to finish off his senior year in high school and pursue playing basketball in college, which he was awarded a scholarship to Indiana Tech University. December 2011, Kubi started working on his first mixtape, “ Redshirt Freshmen”, which draws a parallel of being a redshirt freshmen in basketball, while being a relative new comer to the music industry, and how overlooked new artist are when they are not with a major label. In February 2012, Kubi released three tracks Dreams Money Can Buy, (Freestyle) 5’10 intro, and also the Single “Coolin” produced by D&L Productions.
“Redshirt Freshmen” mixtape dropped in March, 2012 on Dat Piff. The mixtape lead to a chain of YouTube videos, live performances in Miwakuee, Tennesse, and Illinois the generation of his Facebook and Twitter profile.