Dhanushan Kesavanathan Kemathas (born December 16. 1992) better known as Closed Mind is a rapper, record producer, singer-songwriter based in Oslo, Norway. Born in Kristiansund, Norway, he taught himself to rap at a young age and performed in local talent shows. He began his early career as a rapper in a hip-hop duo and performed in several demonstrations against the genocide in Sri Lanka before he established himself as a solo artist.
Closed Mind gained prominence with songs such as ''Go!'', ''One More Time'' and ''Game Changer'' in which he collaborated with Canadian-Tamil artists such as Lady Pista and Sanskrit. On December 18, 2010 he released his LP titled ''Tryna Hope Tomorrow'' which was opened to positive response among audience.