Ohio native King Callis has been passionate about for music for awhile but decided to take it up notch once he decided to relocate to the “new Atlanta” aka Charlotte, NC. Overtime, the rapper has built up his own style while grabbing inspiration from Hip-Hop icons like Common Sense to Slum Village. The rising artist recently dropped his EP Brunch (Food For Thought) is not only showcasing his 90s style but is also letting us know why he’s not going anywhere, anytime soon. For now, enjoy the rising artist’s latest project here.
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