New Artist: Soul Khan @soulkhan

Brood Baby Presents The Breakdown:
Soul Khan’s “Rusted Ghost”

Fresh off their video work for artists like Talib Kweli and RA the Rugged Man, the folks at Brood Baby feature Soul Khan as the first guest on their new web series, the Breakdown. The series spotlights artists telling the story behind their songs and then performing it in a private setting like Soul Khan’s living room seen here:

Watch: YouTube

Soul Khan Will Be Performing at SXSW next month:
Wednesday, March 13th @ Townhouse (w/ Buck 65)
Friday, March 15th @ Empire Control Room (w/ Talib Kweli)

NY Village Voice interview
Allhiphop interview
Popblerd interview
SYFFAL interview
MTV Hive mention
Metrojolt feature

With hip-hop being a culture predicated on keeping it “real,” few artists have a reality as compelling and unique as Soul Khan’s. Born in Los Angeles, but currently residing in Brooklyn, Khan’s meteoric rise over the past four years has transcended being a viral sensation into one of the most buzzed about indie-rap superstars today. In an industry obsessed with catering to every short-lived trend, Khan has stayed true to himself and amassed an impressively loyal following in the process.

Soul Khan’s never compromised his character into a caricature, allowing for a genuine perspective as multidimensional as his listeners’. Whether he’s taking his audience on a journey of emoting empathy from the struggles he’s witnessed, has them laughing along with his razor-sharp punchlines, or leading them in salute to his personal heroes (including the late Minnesota Senator Paul Wellstone, the subject of his recent Wellstone EP.), Khan plays many hands with the execution of an expert. This is why he’s also in such high demand for collaborating with such artists as Homeboy Sandman, Sene, and Marco Polo.

With five critically acclaimed EPs and an album, 2010’s Soul Like Khan, that has been downloaded over 100,000 times, Khan’s received his fair share of press. MTV, BET, Complex, URB and Forbes have all prominently featured his project, often citing his unparalleled work ethic and strong consistency, thanks in part to being a member of New York underground sensations Brown Bag All Stars. With projects that stay true to his pedigree and always deliver on his promises, Khan’s made believers out of such hip-hop icons as DJ Premier, Large Professor and Scarface.

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