After playing Tupac’s greatest hits albums on repeat, George Khouri was determined to make music with a message. “Changes” is one of his favorite records of all time. He feels the same way about Wiz Khalifa’s “See You Again.” George incorporated these vibes into his introspective records which gained him respect from FM radio stations in the DMV. This lead George to sharing the stage with Immortal Technique and other highly acclaimed artists.
Before George fell in love with rap, he fell in love with writing. His mother introduced him to the word game, “mad libs,” as a kid and he couldn’t get enough of it. As reflected in his lyrics, story telling soon became his thing. Today, George is an accomplished writer and even has an entire comedy series that he wrote and created.
As a testament to his unparalleled work ethic, George has hard drive with over 300 songs that he wrote, recorded, and produced.
If there is a Tiger King, then there MUST be a Tiger Queen! A song about a love “entanglement” similar to Jada’s experience, Tiger Queen explores the mixed feelings and confusion that occur when you’re going through doubts in a relationship. The sound was inspired by Amy Winehouse and Ghostface Killah’s “You Know I’m No Good,” with a great balance of live instruments, tantalizing singing, and sick rap verses!
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