I’d (Khary WAE Frazier) like to thank everyone for their support and love of what I’m building in business and creativity. That’s why I’m humbled to announce I’ve been nominated for a 2016 Detroit Music Award for Rap composer. I’ve always connected with the rhythm of rap but the lyrics have had the largest impact on my life. I’m glad there are people that appreciate the effort I put into my lyricism.
I began with little or no direction performing and writing rap music. Later I wrote and performed music that had a comedic or ironic voice. This transitioned into the social/economic scope that has led to the fulfilled vision where I stand as a hip-hop lyricist today.
I’m still in awe that anyone listens to my music, and furthermore, actually pays attention to it. So to be recognized as a rap lyricist alongside Seven the General and Volcano is amazing. The Detroit Music Awards are April 29, 2016, and I welcome any of you to vote online at detroitmusicawards.net or come out and attend.
If you have not listened to my album, would like to read my lyrics, or see my show please get in contact with me at firstname.lastname@example.org. 2016 will certainly bring new opportunities to have access to my music. I’m going to be shooting videos for my songs “It’s So Fresh” and “Old School Chevy”. Also, I’m recording new music produced by Sterling Toles, Drummer B, Alex White, and Nick Speed.
My next show is my first show of 2016 and there are still many tickets available. Join me Sunday April 3, 2016 at 6pm at Tony V’s Tavern, located at 5756 Cass Ave Detroit MI. Motown Message: a Revolution in Song in the concert. I will be performing a mix of classic Motown revolutionary songs with a hip-hop swing: “Ball of Confusion”, “Inner City Blues”, and “Living for the City”. I will be joined by Joe “Pep” Harris, lead singer from the Undisputed Truth that made the 1971 #1 Hit “Smiling Faces”.