Lostkeyz Finds the Time to Rhyme

July 28, 2014 by Sabina Baunin
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Doron Losky, who is better known by his stage name, Lostkeyz is a 17-year-old rapper and a Year 12 student at Emanuel School in Sydney.

Doron Losky

Doron Losky

He has been rapping, writing and producing his own music for 2 years. Lostkeyz released his debut mixtape titled, ‘The Collection’, at band camp earlier this month and has received an overwhelming  response.

Lostkeyz says, “I love to rap and write music. I probably write more rap than I do essays. I write about high school and my thoughts about education. In reality, it’s over pretty soon and all will be forgotten.”

Lostkeyz also expresses that he is “conscious of and passionate about issues in society and believes everyone should be treated equally”.

He conveys this statement in the first track on the mixtape titled ‘Peace’, “To have an equal right, ain’t really no sin, all it really is, is love from within, whatever the religion, the background or the skin, to those who hate will lose and we will win.” This strong message sends positivity in hip-hop and to younger aspiring artists. It is also noted that the entire mixtape is completely free of coarse language which is rare to see in hip-hop/rap music today. Lostkeyz has recently been converting his school notes into rhyme which he has found as an effective and more enjoyable way to study.

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2 Responses to “Lostkeyz Finds the Time to Rhyme”
  1. Sharon Green says:

    How can I get in contact with Lostkeyz?

  2. Jacob Bloom says:

    Great article, really good to see a young aspiring artist doing what he loves.

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