KING KOMM Taking The Industry To The Next Level 

King Komm (formerly known as Xander) is an artist and label executive hailing from Toronto, Canada. While he has a broad entertainment industry business focus, he has dabbled in many different sub-sectors – from fashion to entertainment analytics to music and real estate development – providing invaluable services to some of the industry’s most promising artists and brands.
Kommunity Inc., the company run by King is composed of a music label, Komm Music, as well as a fashion marketing arm, TUK Events formally known as NLE girls. Founded in July 2011, Komm has broadened its reach and client base significantly. Komm Music currently boasts 3 artists all with upcoming projects (Prove and King Komm) and producers (Svr Btz, whose recently produced for 2 Pistols & Brandon Medieros who has worked on many of the komm projects. According to King, success with Kommunity can be attributed to creative problem solving:

In the past, King Komm has teamed up with Louisiana rapper Kevin Gates for the acclaimed record, entitled “Rider”. The single – was a major record off King’s “The Takeover” project  ) that had garnished millions of streams since its release in 2017. It features production from Lil’ C Gutta (of Grand Hustle Records) who’s music portfolio includes collaborations with T.I., Lil’ Wayne, Chris Brown, Jeezy and Meek Mill, among others.
In addition to Gates, the project included assistance from Junior Reid, as well as Komm artists Prove and Fordy.
More recently King has released a number of records that future his artist Prove earlier this month titled “ Losing my mind” and “ Gone tomorrow”. Both records have been off to a great start as they rack up international streams and as King’s monthly listeners are increasing across many major platforms.

According to King, since “ The Takeover” project he and Lil’ C executed a joint venture agreement bridging the gap from aspiring Canadian artist to the veteran producer currently based in L.A under Guttamuzik which saw collaborations like Toronto’s Roney and Pilla B).
The pair are now getting more involved in government redevelopment projects and affordable housing projects to further bridge the gap between the corporate and investment world to the music and hip-hop industry.

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