“Power of freedom… Go with the waves of your dreams, go anywhere your heart tells you to.” ~KUBA KA
“He’s an incredibly unique and versatile performer with an imaginative dynamic vision for his far-reaching projects. We think his one-of-a-kind talent will translate extraordinarily with U.S. and international audiences,” said the late Frank Dileo, Michael Jackson’s former manager who signed KUBA before his tragic death. LaToya Jackson immediately stepped in and has currently signed KUBA Ka with Universal Music Group.
KUBA has been entertaining since the age of five and quickly worked his way into stardom. During an interview, KUBA noted that he has always wanted to be an artist and he has most certainly lived up to his childhood dream. In the United States, KUBA sang the National Anthem at a Boxing Championship in Los Angeles. After that noted accomplishment, he went on to make the music video for his song “Streets of Freedom.” The Michael Jacksonesque humanitarian song has gained huge recognition worldwide.
In 2013, KUBA became the face of Miami’s APOLLO Male Models Magazine and their attached calendar. That same year he completed his single “Stop Feenin’” which is produced by American producer Sean Garrett and will be featured in the upcoming 2014 film “Live Nude Girls” starring Andy Dick. KUBA also makes his first debut in the American film playing the European gangster leader Krol.
KUBA is currently collaborating with Versace on his first American themed music album for a unique stage costume, which will make him the first Pop Superhero with the top fashion designers touch. In addition to his monster collaborations, the budding entertainer constantly receives request to appear on fitness programming and was recently interviewed on Jake Steinfeld’s “Healthy Living” show thanks to his chiseled physique and health conscious lifestyle.