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Kovas (musician)

Kovasciar Myvette (born August 1, 1985), known by the stage name Kovas, is an American songwriter, record producer and recording artist of Spanish and French descent (Central America and Morocco).

He has produced and remixed records for Justin Timberlake, Chris Brown, Nick Cannon, De La Soul, Nicole Wray, Jeannie Ortega, Shakira, Lady Sovereign, Kelis, M.I.A., Freq Nasty and Billy Crawford. He has done ghost production and songwriting for many successful artists before branching out on his own. Kovas' songs are represented by Downtown Music Publishing.

He scored the music for the opening music sequence of Taylor Swift's " I Knew You Were Trouble" music video, two Covergirl commercials. One directed by Hype Williams starring Queen Latifah and another starring Drew Barrymore which air in America and French Canada. His single " Ready" has been featured in the Vibe Magazine Music Mixer iPad app, and has been featured in USA Networks TV show '' Royal Pains' 'and Necessary Roughness as well as in MTV Rob Dyrdek's Fantasy Factory. Kovas has also had his T.O.A.K featured on the season of Fox's American Dad! from creator Seth MacFarlane who is also the creator of Family Guy. His song " Up in Here" is featured on the Chocolate Swim, Cartoon Network's Adult Swim compilation and has done a couple of their music bumpers.

He is featured on Jeannie Ortega's No Place Like BKLYN album, on which, he wrote and produced three songs; "Pay It" featuring Kovas, " Green I'z" and " Hear Me". He is also featured on the French recording artist's Billy Crawford album, Big City. He produced and wrote four songs on it, including the single "Steamy Nights" and "Steamy Nights Ghetto Beat Remix".

KOVAS has a production company & indie record label called Ghetto Beat & Art School Rebellion. He also runs a publishing company Infinite Rhythm Inc.

KOVAS has appeared on tour with De La Soul, Billy Crawford, Phife Dawg of A Tribe Called Quest, Wyclef Talib Kweli Mos Def and Jeannie Ortega. Kovas plays five instruments, sings, raps and engineers on most of his productions. He has done musical scores for film and TV, winning an Art Directors Award for the ad campaign he wrote and scored for Noggin television.