No one ever warns that the music is about to be so much fire I could very well be reduced to ash. A very well done samplings of Bonobo's "Prelude" and "Kiara," his words speak for themselves: "to turn a soul into what it needs to be when you up in the dirt / this is a letter to soul khan / the shepherd of protons / you beat the game but never with codes on / summer's on its way and the album approaches / so please let me welcome all y'all to the soulstice." There is something to be admired about a rapper who proudly displays his lyrics, but most importantly how those lyrics, without instrumentals, read as elegantly as poetry.
Noah Weston, a.k.a. Soul Khan, is a native of Woodland Hills, California, but now resides in Brooklyn, New York. The 30 year old rapper is strictly an indie rapper with several accomplishments under his belt such as five EPs, two full length studio albums, and in 2012 he was listed by Allhiphop as the one of the top 50 underground artists of that year. Soul Khan has opened for Black Violin and others.