“Manifest” by King Kismet

Chandler, AZ Producer King Kismet is also known as Garett Pierre Rogers. Garett became King Kismet at a music festival where he saw Odesza. He was working on an album at the time under a different artist name and the album was going to be called Kismet.

After a conversation with friend Josh Linkowski and some deep thinking, Garett decided it was time to move forward. While he was at the festival, they came across this chalk board where everyone had been writing and on the chalk board it said King. andHe thought that was interesting and the name King Kismet was born. Josh was instantly like.

“Kismet meaning destiny was about becoming the King of my own destiny and following this new journey.” -Garett Pierre Rogers

“Manifest” is a heavy hitting dubstep EP you needed in your life. It is a way to get out any aggression you’ve been holding in. Get ready to grab a rail and headbang for your life. “Manifest” is about bringing something tangible into your life through attraction and belief. Making everything you want to feel and experience in life a reality with your thoughts, actions, and beliefs.

Everyone is so big on spirituality lately and it’s been producing amazing things, proving that people can do anything they put their mind to. Manifest means “clear or obvious to the eye or mind.” If something in your head is an obvious goal and you see yourself reaching that goal, then it will happen.

These two songs “Manifest” and “222” is a way for you to let loose and expand your mind to infinite possibilities. The gritty tracks are hard hitting and eye opening at the same time, despite there being no actual lyrics, these songs help you address and think about what is going on in your life.

See why over 12,000 people are listening to King Kismet monthly. You won’t want to miss out on seeing his rise to fame. He is truly a great musician making great music.

“Life doesn’t always go as expected, but it is an opportunity to see what is happening for us. To believe that even in our lowest moments we can still find the courage to keep moving forward and to keep pursuing the things that make us feel alive. I like to give other people hope.” -King Kismet

Written by Jaye Maverick

Photo Credits: Masiha Fattahi





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