King Soloman released phenomenal new song ‘Gettin Paper’
King Soloman, who was originally born and raised on the south side of Brooklyn, New York, developed a strong love for music at a very young age. Soloman and longtime friend and producer Tariq Allen started making catchy beats while recording at their high school in the spring of 2012. (Edward R. Murrow.) Soloman went on hiatus after leaving the “Brooklyn life” and relocating to Miami, leaving a ton of unfinished music in his wake. By the summer of 2015, he happened upon the South Florida music scene, which ignited his passion once more. King Soloman was reborn after years of labor and reuniting with Tariq Allen.
The King introduces us to his fictional Brooklyn-raised boy, who has a history of overcoming obstacles and defying the odds. The listeners of King Soloman can connect with his music in a variety of ways. It’s no surprise that King Soloman has the formula for success when he combines a rhythmic flow with clever lyrics to catch the listeners’ attention, along with a brand of authenticity. The King has been hard at work and has no plans to stop since he dropped his mixtape NYC 2 MIA in September of this year. Over 500,000 Spotify streams have been attributed to songs like “Hands of Time” and “I Need That.” Music videos must always be visually stunning, and the music production must be of the highest caliber. King Soloman is undoubtedly leaving his mark on the music industry.
Check out his new song here!