Kessington Ekhator, known by his rap name "Mo' Racks" was born in 1991, in a Benin City, a town (Benin City) in the Southside of Nigeria, a West African country. Both his parents are Nigerian natives and Mo was born and raised in Nigeria. Just everybody, in the search for greener pasture, at the age of twenty, Mo moved to the U.S. with his brother and sister. His already showed his loved for music, specifically rap, before his immigration to the U.S. The first time he got in the studio to record a song was at the age of 14. Even though the response wasn't very favorable at the time, that didn't stop him from chasing the dream. He's done covers for some hit singles in the past years, amongst the list of are "O.G. Bobby Johnson" by Que, "Beyoncé" by Drake and most recently, "Hello" by Adele.