Among other stunning achievements and career highs, Kelz had the chance to perform an absolute landmark of the capital of England: the legendary stage and crowd of Hyde Park, that he shared with major recording artists the likes of Lionel Richie, Jennifer Lopez and Smiler.
Hasn’t your jaw dropped yet? Wait, there’s more. Recently, Kelz had the chance to open for Lana Del Rey at Scala in King’s Cross and Angel at the Streets of Peace concert in London. He also appeared at events the likes of BCM Planet Dance (Spain), Sound Control (Manchester), Under The Bridge (London), O2 Academy Birmingham, 02 ABC 2 Glasgow, YOYO at Notting Hill Arts Club and GOLD DUST vs. This Is Music at the Hoxton Bar & Kitchen (previous guests of which have included Jessie J, Rox and Ellie Goulding), “This is Wired” at the Concrete Venue, Karmel Club, London Metropolitan University, Waltham Forest Youth Carnival and boasts a special performance alongside Vince Kidd at Dionne Bromfield’s 16th birthday party.
It has been a wild ride, but not only about glamour and bright lights. Growing up in East London before it turned into the hipster hangout that it is today wasn’t easy. Kelz spent his upbringing staying with countless child-minders while his single mother worked tirelessly to put food on the table. Nonetheless, Kelz never did shy from his humble beginnings and hard times (including a night sleeping rough with his mum) and remains genuine, down-to-earth and personable. With the support of the M2Music family and his ever loyal fan base of ‘Kupids’, one thing is for sure, he won’t be hitting the big time alone.