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Harlem’s Khari Lowkey Releases Visual For “Play Me Close”

Khari Lowkey

In January Memo 600 & King Von released “Exposing Me” which had one of the best instrumentals of the year. Since then the instrumental has been used by artist such as Fbg Duck & 22G’z. Adding a NYC twist to the instrumental Khari Lowkey releases “Play Me Close”

The visual directed by Crack is Wack, is filmed in Harlem and cuts back and forth from Khari chilling on his block to a drug deal turned into kidnap and robbery.

Khari started working on his craft; writing freestyles and recording at Ruff Ryders Studio in Yonkers, NY. Khari turned his freestyles into songs like “Stawberry Letter” and his most recent song “Play Me Close”. His versatile style of rapping; ability of freestyling off the top, and word play are just a few things that make him stand out. . He is currently working on various projects with GBP Bangers and his own solo project will be dropping in the fall of 2019.

Check out the visual below for his new single  “Play Me Close” which is available on YouTube and all major platforms, and be sure to follow Khari Lowkey on Instagram to keep up to date with his music.

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Tee Bundy is founder of Diamond KUT LLC is a CEO, Blogger, Content and playlist creator from Harlem NY.

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