Songwriter, manufacturer, and recording musician Kovas combines punk and thug music (hip-hop) into something he loves to contact “thunk.” We were young in Brooklyn, Kovas was inspired by everyone from Dr. Dre to Nirvana. He afterwards began to concentrate on the companies and was attracted to the task of Rick Rubin, the Neptunes, and Timbaland. His documenting debut emerged in 2000 whenever a cooperation with Maseo, “Phrases & Verbs,” arrived in the Tommy Boy compilation HIPHOP 101. In 2003 he created the monitor “Attitude” for Nick Cannon’s self-titled record, after that in 2006 he remixed “Fiddle using the Defeat” for Female Sovereign and “Sides Don’t Rest” for Shakira. In 2007 he restarted his very own artistic career using the EP The Arrogance of Youngsters.
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|KOVAS' Hollywood||2014||Short performer: "Hollywood", "Dirty Sips", "We Came, We SawConquered" - as KOVAS / writer: "Hollywood", "Dirty Sips", "We Came, We SawConquered" - as Kovasciar Myvette|
|22 Jump Street||2014||performer: "Hot Girls To The Floor" - as KOVAS / writer: "Hot Girls To The Floor"|
|About a Boy||2014||TV Series performer - 1 episode|
|Workaholics||2014||TV Series performer - 1 episode|
|Captain Phillips||2013||performer: "Up in Here" - as KOVAS / writer: "Up in Here" - as Kovasciar Myvette|
|Ruby Sparks||2012||performer: "Ready" / writer: "Ready"|
|Prom Night||2008/I||performer: "Love and Touch", "Up in Here", "Say What", "So Hot" / writer: "Love and Touch", "Up in Here", "Say What", "So Hot" - as Kovasciar Myvett|
|Rooster Teeth: Entertainment System Originals||2015||TV Series||Clerk|
|KOVAS' Hollywood||2014||Short producer - as Kovasciar Myvette|
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