DA VILLA, FLORIDA
Boasting a resume that includes recording with such multi-platinum superstars as funk legends Cameo,
Oscar-winning group Three 6 Mafia, Trick Daddy and even music mogul Master P, independent kingpin
rapper/producer Total Kaos has had the kind of career that many entertainers dream of. With jawdropping,
in-your-face lyrics and infectious music production, Total Kaos has put it down with the best of
Through years of hard work, this musical genius solidified a stronghold on his native Florida via a bevy of
mixtapes and albums plus established himself as an industry mainstay with a laundry list of cameos and
And he is steadily keeping his audience fed with the latest album Bipolar, released on Tallahassee-based
label Key Figure Muzic. But that’s just the beginning of what he has in store. On the near horizon are his
forthcoming mixtape Jack City fueled by blistering lead single “Pop Off” and collaboration album with
rapper Bloodraw entitled Kingpin and Capo.
“Everything about me is quality, which is why I’ve been able to do so many things in this industry,” says
Total Kaos. “My music is a breath of fresh air or like having some good, home-cooked soul food after all
you’ve had is some sorry fast food for years. So expect quality from me.”
Born George McNeal in Deerfield Beach, Fla., Kaos has been a fan of music for as long as he can
remember. At the tender age of 16, he was offered a position at local independent label Always Fresh
Records as a producer and co-produced his first regional hit single “Mo Money” from his debut album
While at the label, Kaos diligently continued to perfect his skills, laying down his own rap tracks as well
as produce for other artists. By the time he had graduated high school, Total Kaos had cemented a
reputation for being a talented producer on his way to the top.
“I’ve always been a rapper,” Koas contends. “But I started producing because I couldn’t find any beats
tight enough for me to rap over.”
Even though he was beginning to blow up as a producer, his desire to succeed as a rap artist led him to
enter an Anti-AIDS rap concert sponsored by a local Fort Lauderdale television station and legendary rap
gurus Ice-T and Luther Campbell. Kaos rocked the crowd so hard that he earned first place, awarding
him an all-expense-paid music video shoot.
Campbell was so impressed from his performance that he was also offered the opportunity to produce
for Luke Records. While at the label, he further honed his craft behind the boards as a producer for
Southern rap pioneers Poison Clan and JT Money as a solo artist.
Since then, Total Kaos’s production credits grew to include Lil’ Boosie, Sean J from Field Mob, R&B
sensation T-Pain and Bloodraw. In addition, Total Kaos worked alongside chart-topping rapper Rick Ross
in a low-budget independent film “Chain Reaction.” Unfortunately, the movie was never released due to
Rick Ross’s music career being launched.
Added to that, he produced for platinum recording group Prettie Ricky on their chart-busting Atlantic
Records single “You Be Mine.” He co-wrote, produced and performed 2 Live Crew’s single “2 Live
Party” (remix) featuring Three 6 Mafia, which peaked at Number 9 on Billboard. And Total Kaos
produced Master P’s 2004 New No Limit single “U Ain’t Saying Nothing.”
While his production accolades were racking up, Kaos was also building a rap career with a string of hit
singles in the early 2000s. In the summer of 2010, he dropped Key Figure Music Group solo album Last
Man Standing and came back a few months later with follow-up album Live Real Die Real Vol.2.
“Music has taken me places that I never dreamed I could go,” says Kaos. “It has given me the
opportunity to tell my story, about how we live in Florida.”
Along with the music, Total Kaos does it just as big in front of the camera as he does on the microphone.
He appeared in straight-to-vdd film “Naked Ladies.” In addition, he is finishing up two movies that he
edited: The Gambler and Sticky Green Frosted Leaves as well as celebrating the success of his latest
album Bipolar, released on Tallahassee-based label Key Figure Muzic. Coming soon are his forthcoming
mixtape Jack City fueled by blistering lead single “Pop Off” and collaboration album with rapper
Bloodraw entitled Kingpin and Capo.
They say that the cream of the crop always rises to the top and Total Kaos is proof positive. “I see myself
being amongst the movers and shakers in this industry,” says Kaos. “I am the Dr. Dre of Florida.”
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