Brooklyn born and Miami based artist, King Soloman, has been making his way through the music industry, one dope release at a time.
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- September 2, 2020
After moving to Miami and discovering his love for music again, Soloman decided it was time for the world to know who he was. Soloman released his debut single “Wish Me Well” in November 2018, showcasing his style, smooth delivery and upbringing in Brooklyn NY. The King is very relatable and his experiences grant the listener a real ability to gain knowledge while listening to his music. Soloman also brings authentic beats with help from his main producer, Tariq Allen, who is known to make unique soundtracks. Together they released “I Need That” which is the leading single from Soloman’s album, “NYC2MIA” which Allen executively produced.
“I Need That” turned out to be a hit and the music video was a one of a kind masterpiece filmed in Miami. The music video encased the wynwood art district, miami beach, and the islands of Biscayne Bay. I think it’s safe to say King Soloman has found a new home in Miami, however he will never forget his Brooklyn roots. Combining the New York hustle with his laidback Miami delivery, Soloman has developed himself as an artist over the years allowing him to have multiple vibes on the track.
King Soloman will be releasing a new track Sept 18th titled “Hands of Time.” Be sure to check out the Album “NYC2MIA” and more music such as his most recent single, “$ippin on The Tree$”, having over 50,000 streams on spotify. Keep up to date with all of his upcoming releases on his social media.
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