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Clean Kutt Show us your skills the music creator
Show us your skills Clean Kutt

Clean Kutt Show us your skills the music creator

If you're looking for talent, look no further. Let us introduce you to Brian Kocher, a producer & MC from California. After listening to Brian Kocher A.K.A Clean Kutt's catalog, one would say it's more than impressive. He has the flavor of what one considers real Hip-Hop. Though he's from the west coast his flow is as if he was from the Bronx. "But if it wasn't for the Bronx, this rap [{*shit*}] probably never Would be going on, so tell me where you from" lyrics by Lord Tariq & Peter Gunz. Therefore, here is Clean Kutt with his song Plug-In The Surge. The song is everything you would want out of a raw Hip-Hop track. Listen to the song and let us know your thoughts.


 Question and Answer with Artist:

1. How did you start in the music business?

When I was 16 years old I felt accustomed to Hip Hop music and the East Coast style. Throughout my high school years, Wu-Tang and their Style intrigued me. Method Man/Red Man/Intspecta Deck/Rayquawn The Chief, and Ghost Face killer. 

I was driven by the ambition to rap everywhere I went,

At 20 years old I was inspired by how beats were made so I bought my first computer and fruity loops. My process of learning was horrible. Along the way, I picked up tricks from other producers. By 25 I put out my first album Introducing TOC with me as the Producer/Engineer/songwriter and Rapper.

Not bad at all. My style and Quality are way different from then till now. Better I believe.

2. How would you describe the music you typically create?

I would have to say my style is like Riff Raff, and my beats sound like the west coast, southern feel.

3. What is the current project about?

I'm working on a new album called My style Showin Upa.

4. How do you feel it will inspire others?

I feel my style attracts listeners who like music for what it is. My lyrics have a good vibe. So I’m different. 

5. What is your creative process like?

I would say my creative process is making my beat that wow’s me first then my I will ask my Wife and Daughters what they think. If that passes then it’s on to the hook, and verses.

6. Who would you most likely want to collaborate with?

 I would like to collaborate with M E T H O D man.

7. If you can open a show for an artist who would it be?

 I would open a show for Riff Raff since our styles are similar,

8. What is the message you would give your fans what is the message you would give your fans?

The message I give to my fans is don’t be afraid to be different. Because the world wants you and what you have to offer. I don’t cuss in my music, that's just my choice. So good vibes tunes are what I provide.

9. What is the most useless talent you have?

 I would say the useless talent I have is singing, I just don't get it. lol

10. Do you see in the shower? What songs? Would you be doing it right now if it wasn’t for your music career?

 I rap in the shower freestyle, pretty much anywhere.

11. Where have you perform where have you performed? What are your favorite and least favorite venues?

 I have performed in clubs in Victorville, and different bars,

12. Do you have any upcoming shows?

 No shows Not as of right now,

13. How do you feel the impact now do you feel the impact the Internet has impacted the music internet has? impacted the music business?

The internet has brought me Thousands of fans, I dig it.

14. What is your favorite song to perform?

My favorite song to perform is Don't Trip,

The most trouble I get into, I really do see that happening I'm very cautious.

15. What’s next?

I am working on my beats to get into film, radio, and movies Pretty much all opportunities available...

16. What should the world know?

This is what my rapper name stands for. Clean Kutt Stands for Clean Raps Awesome Kutts to remember


The Bio Of. . . Brian Kocher the Producer & MC From California,

The Beginning 

When I was 16 years old I felt accustomed to Hip Hop music and the East Coast style. Throughout my high school years, Wu-Tang and their Style intrigued me. Method Man/Red Man/Intspecta Deck/Rayquawn The Chief, and Ghost Face killer.  

I was driven with the ambition to rap everywhere I went, about anything I saw, how I felt, good days and bad days, I even came up with the saying what do you want me to rap about? Give me a concept?

As time went on I had about 12 notebooks filled with rhymes by the age of 20. 

Music Producer

At 20 years old I was on a mission to find out how the beats were made. I can make beats, "I said to myself." 

BIG shout out to. Big Tra1n, Slang Dee, and Francisco Leuchuga all played a major part in my learning process as a future music producer. Don’t get me wrong, I was learning on my own at first with no direction. My sound was like banging pots and pans with that generic boop bop beep sound. Awkward. Once I got the hang of it, my gas was filled up for 7 years. What this consisted of was, Working 8 hours selling cell phones. Kiss my wife before she goes to bed, and then make 3 creative beats, hyped-up always, I write hooks to beats I just made, recording, testing, and trial and error. Always Freestyling the verses 

(now) while already thinking of my cover art for the song,  it's time for a break. I then load up my photoshop and lightroom. Creating my cover and shooting it on my social media for 

“Hot Song Coming Soon.” Might be sooner than you think, are you ready? Please like and share with comments.

To me, making a hot song in 1 day is routine… My speed catches up with my creativity, quality, and delivery. 

I want to make an impact on good old fun hip hop with a West Coast Southern Style. I have been making positive Hip Hop since 2008. If there is an opportunity to push or express my music I’m ready with that energetic smile on my face. I hear all the time your beats and music sound as if they could be on a soundtrack.

I totally agree. Let's make that happen.



6 albums some pressed and released in 2012 - 2016 

“Introducing TOC,” “2 Fingers Up”, “Mix Styles Collaboration” “Main Stream Artist,” Energetic Ambition,” and my favorite “The Weird Al Yankovich of Hip hop,”

Song in the movie “dis Orientation”  My Song “Dance For Me.” 

(Producer, Songwriter, and Rapper.)

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