Kevin Fraser, previously known as Spindoctor, began performing at the age of 16 as a DJ in his hometown of Durban, South Africa. He quickly became known as a quirky, techy DJ who fused sassy house beats with soulful vocals, adding percussive flavour to afrolutionize his sound.
In 2013, by the time he made the career move to Johannesburg, he had built a powerful reputation and eclectic following in the industry. He was known for his versatility and his connection with varied audiences thanks to the high energy he brought to the stage.
Since then, Kevin has entertained over 100 venues and festivals across South Africa, Miami, Australia, the UK, Europe and Indonesia. He has organized some of South Africa's hottest parties as a key ambassador for entertainment gurus, G&G Productions. It was with them that Kevin performed for dynamic crowds of up to 12,000 people. He shared the stage with the likes of Steve Aoki, Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike, Afrojack and Avicii.
Kevin’s entrepreneurial skill inspired him to develop not just an entertainment brand, but a label that speaks to a niched market of performers and entertainment players alike. He founded Cream Kulture in 2013, coordinating all his own events, developing apparel, and being the ambassador of his own brand.
"Cream Kulture has a vision for the long term, with several divisions to complement each other in ultimately building a sustainable brand. I am primarily focused on activewear for onstage, offstage and backstage. Cream Kulture is the sports uniform for the players in this game of entertainment. It’s time to 'entertrain'."
Kevin Fraser, 2014
After his move to Australia in 2014, Kevin's passion for performance and his natural comedic talent started to evolve into something truly unique. Before long, he realised he could not only make people dance, but laugh a little too. Kevin began releasing videos about his experience as an expat abroad and did so through the guise of stereotypical South African personas. The success of these videos was instantaneous. Kevin’s career took off, and his fan base exploded.
He has since broken the 1 million view mark with one of his more famous South African personas in ''The Melbourne Train Ride” and “Honourable Teletubbies’'. This gift for entertainment has now found him on the stage, performing for thousands of fans across the globe. Kevin brings a unique fusion of music and comedy to the stage and delivers truly inimitable performances.
With volumes of international live shows under his belt, he has entertained over 50 cities in 2018 with his "Club Can’t Handle Me" show, with similar performances in 2019 with his eagerly awaited tour: "Leave The World Behind".
Kevin burst into 2020 with his "Drop The Pressure" World Tour, kicking off with shows all over New Zealand. Upon arrival in South Africa in March 2020, the Covid19 Pandemic stopped all future shows until further notice.
Kevin looks forward to returning to the stage as soon as the regulations allow so.