Rami, better known to the world as rapper Kosha Dillz, has been a mainstay in the international hip hop scene since 2005. While growing up in New Jersey, he travelled every week to NYC to perform at the Nuyorican Poets Cafe open mic series and rap battles. At age 17, after his first rap battle, he changed his original name Kosher Dill to KD Flow, after getting heckled about his Jewish heritage. Years later, after multiple stints in jail as a result of his battle with drug addiction, he came back to the Nuyorican where he caught the eye of Jonah David, Matisyahu's original drummer. Jonah and Matisyahu invited the fresh and newly clean parolee Kosha Dillz to perform at a sold out show on Christmas in BB Kings in NYC, and since then he hasn't stopped rapping. Rami reclaimed his Judaism with his new name, Kosha Dillz, and has since released multiple projects, had his music performed in Super Bowl commercial ads, worked with Grammy-nominated producers, and recently debuted his 2016 album WIDADAP, which appeared on six different Billboard Charts. Rami has done all this while bringing his twist of Jewishness to the forefront of his music. Over the last 10 years he has become known for freestyles and songs in Spanish, Hebrew, and English, bridging the gap between all of his communities. He has performed in 50 states and 11 countries in front of millions (literally millions) of people. Rami, or Kosha, has shared stages and songs with everyone from Eminem and Macklemore to Asap Rocky and Matisyahu.