The eclectic poet, beatboxer and performer unpacks his debut nine-track album ‘Living Forever’, recounting his unconventional journey and the importance of having faith.
Rapper Raheem Kemet has been biding his time and honing his craft. “It was blood, sweat and tears with financial ups and downs, and I’d reached a point in my life [and career] where something just had to come out,” he says.
With a career spanning 16 years, and a background as a poet, beatboxer and frontman for Tree Houses On The…
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