Kham releases live version of single, “Eden“
After releasing several singles and music videos during the 1st quarter of 2019, Kham returns with an acoustic version of fan-favorite, Eden. The acoustic version of Eden features members of Culture Villains playing various instruments while seni. croons over the hook. Kham reimagines Eden as a more mature and intimate song for older listeners, this time around as he states, “The first version of Eden caters to the younger couples who are my age, sonically. My analytics show I have a good amount of older listeners so I wanted to reimagine the song as something they could enjoy.”
Eden is the third single from Culture Villains as a part of their summer release campaign, CV Summer.
Audio – Kham – Eden (feat. seni.) [Acoustic Remix]:
Khambrel Rembert is an aspiring hip-hop artist from Virginia Beach, VA. He goes by the stage name, “KHAM” (“Cam”), which stands for Keeping Him Above Me.
Kham is looking to change the perception of the genre. Kham ties in his experiences growing up as a black male and inspiration from his faith with a diverse sound ranging from trap influences to eclectic melodies.
Kham released his free EP ‘The Drive’ in June of 2018, with the high energy track ‘Incognito’ serving as the EP’s lead single. A remix to Incognito featuring Ruslan and Jon Keith became an indie hit amongst internet radio and Spotify playlists. In 2018, Kham also teamed up with Big Yae and CZAR Josh for the double single, 2 for 1. Kham has opened up for major acts such as KB, Social Club, and Steven Malcolm. At the end of 2018, Kham partnered with Indie Label, Culture Villains, for the release of his upcoming projects.