Kenji Mitchell, also known as “KenjiTheBarber,” is a rapper, influencer, and, yes, a barber. Yes, you guessed correctly!! A well-known barber. Kenji was born in Newport News, Virginia on October 7th, 1996. His barbering talents are exceptional, and his job is exciting to see. While he is at work, he ensures that his clients are not only entertained but also pleased with the outcomes of his work. He not only grooms his customers, but he also uploads their transformations on social media sites such as Twitter and TikTok. That’s not all!! As a rapper, he produces excellent music and has even created a song called “Hit My Dance,” which has gone popular on TikTok. Check out his new song, “Hole In 1,” which is available on his YouTube channel. Kenji has received several awards for his work. Kenji has a lot of talent, and when he blends it with his imagination, he creates magic!!! He’s been cutting hair and grooming individuals for the past ten years. It’s only been a year since he began recording his songs and creating music. Kenji is heavily influenced by his father, who taught him how to cut hair and formed him into the man he is today. His father also operates a barbershop named “In The Zone,” so it’s a family business, and because Kenji inherited his father’s genes, why wouldn’t he do well?
Kenji has been a barber for several years. He’s seen his father work as a barber for a long time because it’s a family business. He had to show himself worthy of the post by earning achievements, proving his strengths and expertise, and standing out among his competitors since he inherited the same genes as his father. Based on his achievements, he was named the top student in a barbering class, won first place at the black barber beauty expo, amassed over 100k streams on his song “Not Your Average Barber,” and was recognized by several musicians and bloggers. He wants to develop his company by opening several branches (one in each city in the United States) and delivering free haircuts to homeless and school-going children every month. He thinks that instead of waiting for an ability to showcase itself, one should create one for himself. He isn’t waiting for a storm, he is eager to become one, according to his statement.
Visit Twitter: @KenjiTheBarber and TikTok: @kenjithebarber to learn more about his work.