Kosha Dillz is an award-winning Jewish rapper and emcee.
Areas of Interest
- Jewish Culture and History
- Freestyle Rap
- Comedy and Satire
- Sports and Pop Culture
- BA from Rutger's University
Kosha Dillz (Rami Matan Even-Esh) is an Israeli-American rapper and emcee who is known for incorporating Jewish culture into mainstream rap. Originally from Kosha began his career at the infamous freestyle battle rap scene at the Nuyorican Poets Café in New York City and has since had an illustrious career in the music industry.
Kosha has toured and performed with notable artists such as Ghostface Killah, Snoop Dogg, Matisyahu and C-Rayz Walz. He has performed at Sundance Film Festival and South By Southwest where he hosted a regular official showcase called Kosha Dillz Presents: Oy Vey. His song “Cellular Phone” was featured in a Bud Light commercial that debuted in 2012 during Super Bowl XLVI.
Kosha was honored as one of The Jewish Week’s 2013 36 Under 36 and was featured on BuzzFeed’s List of Best Jewish Rappers: Passover Edition. In 2011 Kosha featured on the track “Operator” with RZA and Kool G Rap, prompting RZA to tell Okayplayer “Kosha Dillz is one of the rawest Jewish kids I know, proving again that hip-hop comes in all shapes, sizes, forms and races.”