I’m not entirely sure why but Kahary introduces us to his music with a laid-back soulful cut which I can only describe as a snippet. What with the track barely making a full two minutes, it is somewhat awkward that this dude chose to open up his world to us this way. I assume this is Kahary testing out the waters to check reception, or maybe he’s just very sure of his material that he decides to create a heavy anticipation for his music. If you tune in to hear the track Talkin’, you would understand the melancholic nature of the groove but you would also appreciate the samples he chose and commend his beatmaking skills as well. For as long as he intends to carve a niche for himself then Kahary will definitely give Maryland a spot in hip hop.

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