Kham Releases Debut Album PROBLEMATIC

Virginia Beach rapper Kham releases his debut album “PROBLEMATIC” with features from Phil J., CZAR Josh, J. Crum, and Stephanie Nicole.

Virginia Beach is known for its diverse and eclectic musical sounds that originated with the likes of Timbaland, Missy Elliot, and Pharrell,  and there are definitely new buzzing artists that are carrying the mantle in their own ways.

Kham is one of those artists, who is continuing the legacy while creating his own niche.

With his debut studio album PROBLEMATIC, Kham is reaching a whole new audience and opening up more eyes to his outstanding sound. The tracklist includes production from Enzo Gran, 1995, Killawatts, Gleece, TopSecretBeats, and Harrisxn.  On the heels of announcing a joint partnership with RMG Amplify, the Culture Villains artist uses PROBLEMATIC as a deep dive into the current state of our world over a diverse and eclectic soundscape. Kham touches on issues of self-worth, systemic oppression, racism, police brutality, and hope through the 11 track LP.

Tracklist:

1) ELEMENTARY

2) L00K

3) RECOGNIZE

4) PROBLEMATIC

5) GRIT

6) T.H.U.G.

7) BOTHAM

8) NEVER HAD (Feat. CZAR Josh,  J. Crum, & Phil J)

9) UHAUL

10) HARMONY (Feat. Stephanie Nicole)

11) WRIGHT WAY FREESTYLE

Kham states, “The current state of our society  presents a lot of problems for my daily life. But I like to think I’m a problem to my problems.”

Kham hosted a 360 VR virtual album release concert exclusively on YouTube prior to the release of the album.

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Kham Announces Debut Album With New Single PROBLEMATIC

On the heels of announcing a joint partnership with RMG Amplify, Culture Villains artist Kham releases his newest single,  ‘PROBLEMATIC’ and announces his debut album of the same name.  The west coast inspired track produced by Bay Area native, seni finds Kham rapping about the current societal issues that have been problematic to his mental health.

 

Kham states, “The current state of our society  presents a lot of problems for my daily life. But I like to think I’m a problem to my problems.”

 

Kham will be releasing his debut album also titled ‘PROBLEMATIC’ on October 30th which is currently available for pre-order and presave on all platforms. He announced the album in a unique way by having fans visit his website www.improblematic.com to view his announcement trailer and also experience a 360 Virtual user experience. Visitors to the site can listen to snippets of the album, view behind the scenes interviews, and purchase merchandise.

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Purchase/Stream Problematic Single: https://rmgamplify.ffm.to/problematicsingle

Preorder/Presave Problematic Album: https://rmgamplify.ffm.to/problematic

Kham Combats Police Brutality With BOTHAM

Today, Kham releases his second single of 2020 with “BOTHAM.” The Enzo Gran produced track is an aggressive, racially charged track that takes listeners into the worldview of a black man in his 20s. The single is a tribute to black lives that have been lost due to police brutality.

Hailing from the Tidewater area of Virginia, Kham is a hip hop artist looking to change the perception of the genre. Kham ties in his experiences growing up as a black male and inspiration from his faith with a diverse sound ranging from trap influences to eclectic melodies. He released his free EP ‘The Drive’ in June of 2018, with the high energy track ‘Incognito’ serving as the EP’s lead single. A remix to Incognito featuring Ruslan and Jon Keith became an indie hit amongst internet radio and Spotify playlists. In 2018, Kham also teamed up with Big Yae and CZAR Josh for the double single, 2 for 1. Kham has opened up for major acts such as KB, Social Club, and Steven Malcolm. At the end of 2018, Kham partnered with Indie Label, Culture Villains, for the release of his upcoming projects. He is preparing his upcoming release, slated to drop in fall of 2020.

Purchase/Stream “BOTHAM” here https://ffm.to/khambotham

Kham Returns With New Single L00K

It has been a quiet 2020 for Kham in terms of solo music. That has quickly changed with the release of his new single, L00K. “L00K” is a hard hitting, energetic, coming of age track produced by Enzo Gran. Kham raps about his transition from his collegiate days to adulthood over an aggressive synth bass which serves as a compliment to the catchy, repetitive hook.

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Culture Villains Prepares For 2019 With Preseason Compilation Release

After releasing a number of singles, Culture Villains releases its compilation album, titled ‘Preseason’. The collective, comprised of Big Yae, Kham, and CZAR Josh had found individual success over the past 12 months prior to joining forces to create the 13 track project. ‘ Preseason’ is a precursor to what 2019 holds for the crew as Kham states,

“In sports, the preseason is where you prepare and train for the main season. With Preseason, we are trying new things and sharpening our craft in preparation for a big 2019 from each of us.”

Containing production ranging from Juice Bangers to Enzo Gran, Preseason’ is a diverse palette of sound that showcases each artist’s individual skill. Listeners can find themselves enjoying the high energy single ‘Roll The Dice’, hopeful with the seni, produced ‘Survive’, or dancing to groove of ‘Can’t Help It’.

 

 

Preseason is available on all digital outlets.

Tracklist:
1. Nat’s Intro [Prod. JuiceBangers and Big Yae]
2. Roll The Dice (feat. Kham) [Prod. by JuiceBangers]
3. We Up (feat. Big Yae) [Prod. By JuiceBangers]
4. Burnin’ Rubber (feat. Kham & Shiwan) [Prod. By MLJ Tha Beatmaker]
5. Dreamland (feat. CZAR Josh) [Prod. By Killawatts]
6. Survive (feat. Kham & Seni) [Prod. By seni.]
7. IDWCMH (feat. CZAR Josh & John Givez) [Prod. By Enzo Gran]
8. Gorgeous (feat. Big Yae) [Prod. By JuiceBangers]
9. Eden (feat. Kham) [Prod. By Enzo Gran]
10. Mcknight (feat. Kham & KJ Carter) [Prod. By Enzo Gran]
11. Can’t Help It (feat. CZAR Josh) [Prod. By Killawatts]
12. We Gone Ride (feat. Big Yae) [Prod. By Cardec Drums]
13. Late June (feat. CZAR Josh) [Prod. By Killawatts]