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K-HAM CA Releases NEW EP “VICE” And “Swanson” Music Video

Toronto’s rap scene welcomes back a familiar name with the release of K-HAM CA‘s latest EP, “VICE,” accompanied by the drop of his music video for “Swanson.” Emerging from a 5-6 year hiatus, K-HAM CA proves that absence truly does make the heart grow fonder, reintroducing himself to the world with a blend of gritty beats and cloud trap allure that’s been sorely missed.

The music video for “Swanson” may not boast an elaborate concept, but its significance lies in its simplicity. Shot at a cool venue in downtown Toronto, it captures K-HAM CA‘s first live performance since his hiatus—a momentous occasion deserving of cinematic documentation. Watch the music video below.

“VICE,” the latest EP by K-HAM CA, presents a refined collection of five tracks that exemplify his mastery as a rap artist. Each track shows K-HAM CA’s ability to blend catchy beats with lyricism. Stream the EP above.

Describing his musical style as “meticulous,” K-HAM CA meticulously crafts each track, infusing them with intentional depth. From the gritty, golden-age Hip-Hop vibes to the laid-back allure of cloud trap, his sound resonates with authenticity and purpose.

Thematically, K-HAM CA’s work focuses on important subjects, ranging from racial injustice and societal imbalances to personal reflections on relationships and life’s universal experiences. With each song serving as a unique piece of auditory art, he invites listeners to explore the complexities of the human experience.

Collaborating closely with visual artist Nick, K-HAM CA ensures that his visuals and aesthetics remain authentic reflections of his artistry. By staying true to his vision and embracing collaboration, he navigates the ever-changing landscape of the music industry with creativity and adaptability.

Reflecting on his journey, K-HAM CA acknowledges the evolution of his music. He’s found a balance between complexity and accessibility, allowing his artistry to flourish. As K-HAM CA makes his unbeaten return with “VICE,” he reaffirms his status as a force to be reckoned with in the rap industry.