Brooklyn born and raised talent King Soloman is on a roll with one explosive offering after another. Dropping the slow-going, laid-back “Gettin Paper,” his easy flow delivery cut by hazy beats, the suave act follows up it up with soothing feels of most recent track “ Don’t Call My Name.”
Where “Don’t Call My Name,” leans more into melodic and atmospheric touches, Soloman’s smooth delivery framed by gentle harmonies from up and coming Miami singer Akiva Schecter," “Gettin Paper,” is bolder and wrapped tighter with rhythmic flow.
Always placing witty lyricism and raw passion at the centre of his music, Soloman’s music has been honed and polished over years of love and care for it. Having found a deep connection with music at the young age of 12, Soloman who took a hiatus from music had his deep-rooted love for his craft sparked by the local music scene in South Florida in 2015.
Rising up against every challenge that came his way, King Soloman aided by producer Tariq Allen has been well and truly reborn, crafting a brand of authentic rap that stays with anyone listening – and given the quick frequency of his releases, the King has no intention of slowing down on this journey through music.