Kham Combats Police Brutality With BOTHAM
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.
Since becoming a Culture Villains’ artist in late 2018, Kham has progressed from a relatively unknown artist to a promising artist on the rise. In 2018, Kham released his debut EP, The Drive. The Drive, spawned the hit single ‘Incognito’, which achieved success and radio airplay.
As a Virginia Beach native, Kham strives to create music that not only challenges his listeners but encourages them to have hope in their lives. This sense of hope has led Kham to lead initiatives within his community surrounding issues such inner city starvation and police brutality.
While attending college, Kham has had the opportunity to open up for renowned artists such as KB, Social Club, Steven Malcolm, ACjr+BradyJames, and Andy Mineo.
Kham and his label, Culture Villains, released a compilation album ‘Preseason’ in February of 2019. The project spurned the singles ‘Roll The Dice’, ‘Eden’, and ‘Survive’ for Kham. After releasing follow up single, Oui, Kham established himself as an artist to watch.
Now a college graduate, Kham is continuing to develop as a hip hop artist while actively creating his debut release.
KHAM – “BOTHAM” – Music Video:
- Placements include Liberty University Athletics and other collegiate athletic campaigns.
- Past singles have received heavy college radio play and additional radio support
- Multiple iTunes Charting albums
- Previous Releases have received editorial placements such as Fresh
Finds (Spotify) and The Flow (Spotify)
- Upcoming virtual concert to promote new single, Botham
- Co-Headliner Incognito Tour: January 2020-February 2020; 7 dates,
175 room capacity average
- For Indies Only A3C Showcase: October 2019
- SXSW Music Festival Performer: March 2019
- Co-Headliner Preseason Tour: March 2019-April 2019; 5 dates, 100
room capacity average