3 Young brothers made history, WOW the audience & GRABS BEFFTA Young Achievers Awards 2014!


The young stars Kieyen age 9, Khaliyl age 5 and Kaeydan age 3 made history at the 6th Beffta Award, snatching the Young Achievers Award. They are the youngest duo to headline Europe’s biggest award ceremony for black and ethnic personalities in Entertainment, Film, Fashion, Television and Arts (BEFFTA). 

The 3 young talented rappers gave the audience an amazing performance Live on stage. The house went wild as viewers dig out their cameras, phones and other gadgets for a photo gleams of them. “These boys melted everyone’s hearts. They were simply adorable. Great destinies ahead of them. Standing ovation“, said one viewer. “The greatest boys, love them to bits and God bless mummy and daddy to! Im the biggest fan and so Proud thank you Pauline and thank you Beffta“, said another audience. 

These adorable children have already caught worldwide attention and rocked the entertainment industry with their video content, generating millions of YouTube views and gaining a mass of celebrity fans.


Kieyan age 9 is not only a rapper but a producer and has been credited at Britain’s next big producer on the rise by UK mega hip hop website The Jump Off. He also set out to inspire his peers by writing a song called I GET A’s’ and started a T-shirt line to accompany this anthem that helped build the esteem of young children.

Khaliyl age 5 was only 2 years old when his video caused a storm of global attention and he featured on the Ellen Degeneres Show in the US. The siblings have showcased a powerful gift featured on global mainstream media winning the hearts of millions. They are part of a family empire, their father Femi and Mother Roucheon are both award-winning artists and CEO of the brand FERO.

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  1. Theses boys are a blessing to this great ion and ones to come. I am so proud of their parents well done more yet to come.


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