Culture Villains presents Southside Freestyle with Kham, KJ Carter, and creed caldwell.
Virginia has been home to influential culture, sounds, and music artists. Those artists include Pharrell, Timbaland, Missy Elliott, and The Clipse. Those artists have influenced upcoming artists such as KJ Carter, Kham, and creed caldwell.
With Southside Freestyle, the trio is paying ode to a generation and sound that has influenced them. The freestyle produced by KJ Carter released on October 28th.
Peep the Culture Villains EP here.
Hip Hop collective Culture Villains has assembled for the first time since their iTunes charting compilation album, ‘Preseason’.
The collective has collaborated with sync-focused production company MSCMKRS to create a self-titled EP containing 5 hard-hitting sports and cinema-themed tracks produced by Quentin Coblentz, Jessie Chambers, and Ian Moore. Songs can be licensed for sync directly through the record label and publishing company, BMG.
- Winning Again [feat. Kham, CZAR Josh, KJ Carter, & Big Yae]
- Respect [feat. CZAR Josh]
- All Out [feat. Kham, CZAR Josh, KJ Carter, & Big Yae]
- Born For This [feat. Kham & KJ Carter]
- Get It Going [feat. Big Yae, CZAR Josh, & KJ Carter]
KJ Carter is announced as the newest member of Culture Villains and celebrates with the release of his first song, Til The End.
Til The End is the first in a series of demo tracks that KJ is releasing ahead of his debut EP in 2022. It is an acoustic R&B track that dives into the difficulties of missed opportunities in the realm of love and relationships. The self-produced track finds KJ crooning over an electric guitar as he grapples with a love that never came to fruition.