Kamron Bahani
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Kamron Bahani

New City, NY | Established. Jan 01, 2010 | SELF

New City, NY | SELF
Established on Jan, 2010
Solo Hip Hop




"Kuhlamity - "Word of the Wise""

Kuhlamity brings an awe-inspiring flow on this new track and video: "Word of the Wise." The song comes from the forthcoming collaboration this guy is cooking up with Jonathan Lowell. Enjoy! - The Needle Drop

"Kuhlamity - "From the West to the East""

A new track from New York MC Kuhlamity, featuring Chuuwee on the first verse. I'm bloggin' this track for many of the same reasons I blogged a track from this kid earlier this year: He sounds hungry, he sounds urgent, and his youthful determination is infectious. - The Needle Drop

"Kuhlamity - From The West To The East f. Chuuwee (prod. brandUn DeShay)"

Kuhlamity (like "calamity") is a New York-reared artist gearing up to drop his project Center Of A Tension, entirely produced by brandUn DeShay, and for his latest offering he grabs the Northern California representative to ride shotgun. Why is there a picture of Vanessa Veasley, however? Well, I couldn't find a decent picture of Kuhlamity Why is the sky blue? - 2DopeBoyz

"Kamron Bahani - Magnum Opus Open REVIEW"

I always applaud new artists for even attempting to come up in this music industry, everywhere we turn a new trend is being thrown in our face. Social media dictates more than any of us would like to admit. New York’s Kamron Bahani has gone through the trenches, last year he erupted onto the scene with three projects. Two EPs and his debut LP, his first EP put everyone on notice as Bahani showed that he was full of raw talent. His LP “By The River“ unraveled the story of Bahani while continuing to showcase his fire starter abilities. Now in 2018, Kamron Bahani is here with his sophomore album “Magnum Opus Open” (which I’m referring to as MOO from here on out, deal with it).

Off top you can hear Kamron Bahani’s growth, yes we’re still getting the quick spitter who can string words together better than most, but it’s clear Bahani has slowed down just a tick to really figure out who he is as an artist and what he sounds best on. To me, this was the most important facet of the album because it gives Bahani the consistency some of the previous releases were lacking. This is heard first on “Red” we get a heater of a beat in our headphones, but Bahani’s ready to go spitting like we’ve gotten to know over the last year and a half. It’s the next track “West 63” that shows Bahani knows where he shines brightest. The underground, funk, jazzy sound is guaranteed to have you on your feet, I’d love to hear this live.

Kamron Bahani sounds the most comfortable over these instrumentals, which are varied from the underground involved “Marcus Aurelius” to the soul-bearing “I”. One of my bigger gripes with Bahani’s music over the last couple projects is the almost forced singing vocals. This time though, again it seems like Bahani took a step and added an extra effect in post-production to be more cohesive to the music and it may not work every time, “I” is a perfect example of where his singing works. - Dead End Hip Hop

"MENACE Album Review"

The only thing that can surpass talent is hard work and Kamron Bahani has both in spades; the New York lyricist returns with another release this year, MENACE. While the serpentine flows and brutal wordplay listeners have become accustomed to are present Kamron has continued to develop his songwriting chops and the results are impressive. With a diverse sonic back drop provided by producer 3l-aMENt, prepare for an eclectic and entertaining journey in the growth of an artist. The album kicks in with the ear wormy and infectious “I Made a Song For U”. Distinctly funky with strong soul influence to boot, we have an introduction that throws one for a pleasant loop considering the title of the work is as ominous as MENACE. The hook will either become your anthem or not, but it’s catchy nature when combined with the sing song intricacies in the verses will force you to nod your head. “Super” begins like it will be similar affair, however we are soon treated to a riotous moment after the light synths on the intro. The production hearkens to the the Fruity Loops 3 days, with hard synths spread among the ultra modern drums and lush pad work. In between a distorted hook with a powerful refrain Kamron unleashes a series of rapid fire flows and punchlines at a break neck speed; this feels like fan service for people who are fans of his highly technical early work. 3l-aMENt continues the audio violence on “Energy”; Kam relies heavily on melody and his highly percussive rap style takes a more supportive role. This is a strip club anthem if there is one on the album, and it will definitely go off in sound systems during any season. “I Against I” is closest we get to true soul bearing on MENACE as Kam faces himself in the padded room that is the vocal booth; wrestling with his material desires and veiled expressions of rage. The tone softens with the adults only “Lights On” and Kam’s vulgarity juxtaposed with Sheila’s subtle poetry makes the record have a nice balance content wise. Possibly the best hook on the entire album, this song flows seamlessly between all of it’s moving parts and feels far too short despite being one of the longer songs on a succinct body of work. “Gellatin” is DEFINITELY too short, as it’s one of the most pleasant listens in Kamron Bahani’s catalog. This record is the audio version of two stepping in a white suit; hugging tight percussion and vibrant keys 3l-aMENt transports us the Prohibition Era while Kamron rhymes what would be a controlled substance in any decade. The album closes with the single “This That”; while I don’t usually like the single to be the finale, the energy of “This That” puts a definite period on this brief album. The positives are abound on MENACE, with the biggest being that there isn’t a weak song on the album. With bangers from front to back, and every record having a distinct sound the listener is never in for a dull moment. There are many different vocal stylings as well, ranging from staccato raps to heartfelt melodies. Sadly the biggest strength is also it’s biggest drawback, feeling more like a playlist of hit singles as opposed to a cohesive album; this is more due to it’s brevity than the quality of the sequencing. The options when releasing a short project are either maintaining a certain sound or packing it out with singles, and MENACE has succeeded at the latter with ease. This is one of the more enjoyable indie listens to end your summer with. Enjoy, MENACE below:

Read more at: https://nyc.epeak.in/2018/09/03/menace-review-darias-lanham-medium/ - Medium


"Indulgence" - July 2011

"Center of a Tension" - November 2011

"Protege Cerveau" - November 23 2013

"Serpenti Accordo" - Coming Out September 23rd 2016



Kamron Bahani was Born in Huntsville, AL. He now resides in a suburban area in NY, known as Rockland County. He's been getting recognition from everywhere. Kamron Bahani is defiant; he loves what he does, and he'll never stop. He's an interesting mix of Half-Italian, and Half-Iranian. His main dream off of making music is to benefit his family, and donate to Autism Speaks, due to his little brother being autistic. His music has taken him to a variety of places; he's been featured on big blogs such as 2DopeBoyz, as well as being featured on The Needle Drop multiple times.