Khoree The Poet

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June 30, 1969
Los Angeles
CitizenshipUnited States of America
EducationBFA Theater Of Arts
Alma materUniversity Notre Dame De Namure
  • Poet
  • Writer
Political partyPolitical party Democratic

Khoree The Poet is a contemporary spoken word artist who gives performances containing a fusion of spoken word, R&B/Jazz and Song into what he titles a ‘Poetic Concert.’ Khoree's early years were split between Southern and Northern California. He started writing poetry regularly during his college years. In 2010, at a friends insistence, he performed live for the first time at an Open Mic in Oakland, California. The rest is history...

He has often been compared to Babyface in his writing style.

Most recently, Khoree has expanded into the Gospel genre. His hit single ‘Thank You’ featuring Lenny Williams is in gospel radio rotation around the country. It also awarded Khoree his 4th FYC Grammy Nomination title. Khoree followed up with his latest Gospel recording ‘Raise My Hands’ featuring Latoya London produced by Levi Seacer, former Musical Director for Prince.

A few of Khoree's accomplishments include: 4x time FYC Grammy Nominee, headlined Las Vegas Hard Rock Live, Historical Bal Theater (Largest Sold Out Poetry Show in SF Bay Area) & Yoshi's, performed KBLX Stone Soul Concert, Tony Rock Birthday Party (BET Awards Pre-Party) ... as well as opened for notable artists such as Lalah Hathaway, Fantasia, R. Kelly, Bobby Brown, Gladys Knight, Keyshia Cole and more...


Videos/Live Performance:

  • 'Black Woman' Official Video - Khoree The Poet[1]
  • 'Thank You' – Khoree The Poet feat. Lenny Williams[2]
  • 'Thank You' Live Radio Debut Response
  • Live Khoree The Poet Performance


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