In December 2012, Soul Khan brought his four-EP A Love Supreme series (inspired by the John Coltrane album of the same title) to an end with the release of the acclaimed Psalm. For those who haven't copped the full series, the NY-repping reader fave and Brown Bag All-Stars member has come together with The DJBooth to offer the prior three entries for digital purchase. The first, Acknowledgement, was originally released April 28, 2011. Centered around the theme of self-worth, the project is a collaboration with DeeJay Element, who produces all records on the project save "Soul Like Khan," which features boardwork by J57. Mixed by Dylan Margerum and The Audible Doctor, and packing guest appearances by Marv Won and Akie Bermiss, the EP comes complete with Booth-exclusive freestyle "Khan Wilkes Booth."
The first and second A Love Supreme EPs, Pursuance and Resolution, can be purchased directly in the DJBooth.
Written by richard on Apr 28, 2011
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