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Soul Khan / Press

“Soul Khan is formidable.”

“Look out for Soul Khan in the coming years, and, even though you probably have seen his music videos on on MTVU, he is the next big thing in Hip Hop.”

“I had heard of and seen the folklore that had surrounded Soul Khan’s battle days but it was the artist who I stumbled on late last year. I immediately gravitated towards the sound he was creating. However, I truly became a fan after catching a live performance.”

“My love for Hip Hop because of artists like Soul Khan.”

“I’d traditionally take this time to speak a bit on the tracks I didn’t find too enjoyable, but Soul hasn’t left me with much to deal with in that department, “Soul Like Khan” is one of those rare albums that don’t require skipping brainless filler.”

“Every single tracks knocks you on your ass, with how neck snapping and body slamming they each are. Attacking your ear drums from start to finish, and satisfying any craving for true, raw, uncut hip-hop. Soul Khan's unmistaken, boistureous voice, witty punchlines and ferocious metaphors, slice away at many of the mainstream music out right now. You say you want real hip-hop, well you got it right here. One of the things I like about Soul Khan is how his appearance deceives many. And once he picks up that microphone, he murders the competion in horror movie fashion. I would honestly put this album up against anything out right now. And I stand by those words, 100%. So do yourselves a favor, and check out the Soul Khan album. Your ears will and brain will thank you for it.”

“Soul Khan Is On The Come Up”

“Top 10 album of 2010”

“Soul Khan is on a mission here, whether he agrees with me or not. The latest leak from his forthcoming free release, Soul Like Khan, is proof that this dude is more than just capable of spinning your head around five times in a freestyle battle. “Shot Glass Magnified”, which features a slick opening verse from Sense, finds Khan flowing with ease and precision over a killer Elaquent beat. And it’s a perfect display of how some freestyle-centric MCs can go beyond cyphers and battles to create actual songs. Well done, Soul Khan. You have my attention.”

“Fahrenheit is the #11 Best video of 2010”

"Shot Glass Magnified" is #96 of the Top 100 tracks from 2010

“If you haven’t heard of Soul Khan, you’re definitely in for a treat. Everyone knows I’m a really picky person when it comes to hip hop. Mainstream literally has nothing to offer me for my addictions towards music. So when I like to co-sign someone in the hip hop world, you know it’s going to be an offering of intellectual art at its most entertaining.”

“Finally got around listening to it tonight, and haaaad to pass it on. It’s dope, listen below for proof.”

“This video rocks... The visuals are intense, the music is cinematic & Soul Khan packs as much vengeance in his lyrics as he does wielding a crow bar. My only gripe is that both the video & song weren’t longer. There is a method to Soul Khan’s madness, because this all leads up to his Brown Bag All-Star: Soul Khan’s Soul Like Khan free album which will be dropping November 16th.”

“Don't you hate it when you're enjoying a nice rainy day at the park and a clan of evil clowns tries to jump you? Yeah, me too. If you're wondering how to respond in said situation, check out Soul Khan's new video "Fahrenheit" featuring Akie Bermiss.”

“Brown Bag Allstar Emcee and BHF Alum, Soul Khan was featured recently on MTV2′s Sucker Free Countdown.”

“...despite the occasional notion that battle rappers are notoriously challenged when trying to create actual songs, Soul Khan does not disappoint with the song and video for “Fahrenheit,” off of his upcoming full length project, Soul Like Khan, to be presented by 2DopeBoyz on November 16.”

“Brown Bag All Star’s battle champ had ill beats, good eye glasses, and a fun set with his DJ. Saying that his DJ was forbidden to talk, he spoke with classic records that spoke to the crowd and had them in laughter. IN other words, he didn’t leave us rapped out and proved to us that not only battle rappers can make good songs, but he was making dope songs before that and he is also having a dope set”

“Most Charismatic Performer (Honorable Mention): Soul Khan looks more like a computer programmer than an emcee, but he gained a lot of new fans after his performance. With his mic in hand and water bottle in the other, he ripped it and made it look easy.”

“Soul’s back on our pages with Fahrenheit, a new record that once again proves it’s a very, very bad idea to mess with the man. Sure producer Marink lays down a hard but haunting beat and vocalist Akie Bermiss comes in for high-quality hook, but as always it’s his destructive rhymes that hit hardest: “Here are a few of the things I’d burn: Cartier glasses and Louis V purses, money or the fools that think that she’s worth it / Nikes…” Well there goes all his corporate sponsorships. For more lyrically astute and completely uncompromising rhymes be sure to cop Soul Khan’s upcoming album Soul Like Khan, hitting eardrums everywhere on November 16.”

“For Soul Khan, it’s a constant tight-rope, balancing between being one of the world’s most-respected battle rappers, but also being respected for his talent musically and his ability to put together full tracks.”

“A3C draws crowds before drawing to a close... However, the most pleasant surprise of the stage was Brookyn's bi-focal wonder Soul Khan. Hate to make it sound like every time a white dude with glasses actually knows how to rap is such a marvel, but hey, it kinda actually is.”

“Soul Khan makes you want to smoke European cigarettes and drive exotic two seat sports cars around with one hand on the wheel and one arm around that gal you just met in customs with the oversized sunglasses. This fucker has the feel of experience and rich leather.”

“Soul Khan, one of the fastest rising stars in the New York hip-hop indie-ground.”

“This artist is more than just metaphorically clever. He speaks truth to power with a wit that can not be taught. He is able to transform any news story into something the listener can grasp and digest and he never shies away from the fight. He uses Hip Hop in a very nostalgic way because for Soul Khan Hip Hop is a call to arms. Only the difference between Soul Khan and a lot of these knuckleheads out here is his words are his weapon of choice and with them he can mow down a mere mortal with ease.”

“Soul Khan has a lot of dope music”

“Soul Khan, one of the fastest rising stars in the New York hip-hop indie-ground.”

“Soul Khan has a lot of dope music.”

“Soul Khan’s focus these days is making music. Lots and lots of music. Since retiring from dismantling opponents to focus on his art, one thing’s become clear: Khan is a hungry, creative emcee.”