Lyrical Assassin, Kalah Bishop is taking over the scenes.

“My quest in music is to inspire others to know that dreams can come true, and to let people know my story!! We all have one!!”

Kalah Bishop
Kalah Bishop

Kalah Bishop, who’s artist name is actually her government, is not a rookie in music. The Buffalo, Ny rapper has been making music for about 20 years, but wouldn’t allow anyone to listen. Her and her two brothers, started making music when they were younger. Unfortunately, both brothers were later murdered. However, Kalah did not give up her journey, and kept pursuing her love of music. She stated, “In a sense, I feel like I’m doing this for them, and the rest of my family”.

Kalah Bishop doesn’t just deliver listeners hard, catchy bars. Her music is rooted from true emotion and life. The talented writer told 4Thirty2une, “The biggest thing I want out of music, is for people that can relate, to know they are not the only ones going through what they are going through. They are not alone”.

Kalah Bishop

Even for those who do not have a similar story, they can still feel a sense of emotion from Kalah’s music. She opens up a bit to who she is as a person in her song “The Introduction”, from her album, “Release Of My Soul”, which is set to debut on April 20th, 2020. This will not be the final project of the very talented Buffalonian. Get familiar with Kalah Bishop, as she has been making her stamp on the scene from Shade 45, Hip hop Weekly, 93.7 WBLK and others. She has also had collabs with fellow Buffalo Ny artist, Conway “The Machine”, Spillz, DatBoiSkeet, and other industry vets such as Uncle Murder and J-Hood.

Some things that Kalah’s supporters don’t know about her is, she started growing her dreads, because her mom had dreads. If she had to listen to one song for the rest of her life, that song would be her own, “Release Of My Soul”, from her soon to be released album, “Release Of My Soul”. So you heard it here first at 4thirty2une. Don’t forget to check her out on YouTube, Instagram and Twitter.

Check her video out to “Stand Up” feat. DatBoiSkeet below:

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