K.Roosevelt is a Los Angeles-based singer, producer and songwriter whose songs are often relaxed and impassioned at once. His first major credit was for the hook on the Game's "Can't Get Right", which set him up for the 2013 release of the mixtape RoseGold and single "Do Me Now," the latter of which registered on Billboard's Rhythmic Songs chart.
K. Roosevelt was born and raised in Los Angeles, California into a family that knows much about music. Growing up in music, his father, Grammy-winning blues musician Keb’ Mo’, influenced him on how he does things – musically and in business.The son of renowned blues artist Keb' Mo, Kevin Roosevelt Moore II journey started with drums, and later evolved to guitar, piano, vocals and production, making Roosevelt a true musical polymath.
“I played the drums my whole life and after high school, I started making beats.
And through that, I started writing songs and that’s how it kind of came into the artistry side of things,” says Roosevelt from his Hollywood Hills studio. “The more I started to write, the more people would tell me that I kind of had my own vibe and that I might want to be an artist, so the production is definitely a major part of my artistry. It all stems from the production and that’s why I produce most of my stuff. It isn’t because I don’t like other people’s beats. It’s because I don’t really get inspired to write unless it’s something I’m making.”
He started releasing songs professionally in 2013 and his first major credit was on the Game's "Can't Get Right" which preceded the 2013 release of the mixtape RoseGold and single "Do Me Now," the latter of which registered on Billboard's Rhythmic Songs chart. Additional strides were made with continued work beside fellow producer Hit-Boy and an Interscope Records deal, culminating in 2016 with the full-length Neon Haze. Roosevelt retreated behind the scenes for a while, wrote tracks for kindred spirits Guordan Banks and Jesse Boykins III, and in 2018 resurfaced on Def Jam Recordings with a self-titled EP rich with atmospheric grooves. 
His recent album titled "Bloom" was released in 2019. The eight-track EP Bloom is the first independent project for the artist. Collaborating with talent like Amir Obé, SuperDuperKyle and Luke James, it’s an evolution of Roosevelt’s laid-back beats and playful use of melody. Also, the project was an opportunity for Roosevelt to explore sound and experiment with the more technical side of production. Layering in live instruments to mix analog with digital helped him achieve a sound difficult to master any other way. Combining tremendous experience with the excitement of youth - the EP is a triumphant testament to his talent. 
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