Though everyone and their mother now has an online series, it’s still possible to do something fresh, bracing and original with the format. For proof, I turn to Brown Bag All All-Star Soul Khan with Soulstice III, installment numero tres in his ongoing Soulstice Collection. Here, the freestyle series alum showcases his head-spinning flows and reveals his heretofore hidden talents as a singer, backed by his and Richael Grimes’ percussion-free, piano-driven production. In addition to keeping it locked for the latest entries in Khan’s series, fans can hear new music from the Booth fave on DJBooth.net and Champs Sports’ 2011 Remixed project, downloadable here.
Written by richard on 07/26/11
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