Had a manager when he was in grade 5, booking him shows across the maritimes
Born and raised in Dartmouth, Nova Scotia, Canada
Appeared on an episode of Canadian Idol (audience member) on August 7th, 2006
Created the "Black Flag Label" with 2 of his cousins.
Never Wanted to win the Idol title, he went on the show for promotion purposes only
His debut album "The Life of an 80's baby" was released on may 16th 2006
Started his own recording label called "The Black Flag Label"
Kaleb has filmed a documentary to be showcased in the European film festival portraying himself
Kaleb has recorded a music track "Welcome To Paradise" in collaboration with the Jessica Raye for "VALLE VENIA ART" of Neustadt Germany.
Performed at the Metro Center for the "Tsunami relief" benefit in 2005
He beatboxed the theme for the show "Go" 2005 produced by CBC
Was the opening act for Rahzel during a show in Halifax
contestant #1155 on Canadian Idol
The most surprising CD he owns is CCR
Said to like tofu and brown rice
Has 2 sisters
Considers his journey on Canadian Idol not as a competition but a way to expose himself and his talent to Canada.
His goal is to establish a music industry for the youth
Released a mixtape "The Lesson vol.1" in 2005
First mixtape to be released to the public was "The Race"
Provided a beatbox theme along with Harvey Miller for the CBC's (canadian broadcast company) launched program called "Canada Reads"
Was the opening act for Redman at a Halifax (Canada) concert
Kaleb was nominated and performed at the 2002 and 2003 ECMA (east coast music awards in Canada).
He started singing at churches in North, Preston, Nova Scotia in Canada.
He has the ability to sing and beatbox at the same time.
Favorite female artist is Missy Elliott.
His favorite male artist is Michael Jackson.
Was the 7th place finalist on season 2 of Canadian Idol.
Birthdate is January 29th, 1983.
Favorite song to sing is "O holy night"
Owns a pet Salamander.
Kaleb Simmonds:"My reason for doing a record label was mainly because I wanted to be around people that I have abilities to make moves with in life, and also I wanted to be an owner of what I do, For me to be an artist and put music out and not own it, I wouldn't be at peace with myself."
Kaleb Simmonds:"My job was my talent my whole life, I wasn't told that I was going to wake up and sing today. I just wanted to sing so bad that I wanted to make that my line of work. My skill was in music, I expressed that, and people caught on."