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American rapper Musiq Soulchild is also known as Taalib Hassan Johnson. His sound is a blend of hip hop, blues, gospel influences, and R&B. Those who are familiar with Musiq's style will recognize some of the musical roots he grew up with. Musiq sings as well as rapping. Read on to find out about the artist's background and career.
Musiq Soulchild's career is bittersweet. Although he has a rich soul voice, he has added hip-hop to his sound. In his sophomore album, Don't Be Cruel, he incorporated the New Jack Swing from the classic jazz genre into the song. This was a great move for the artist, who says he's excited about pursuing a career in music.
Musiq Soulchild was born in Philadelphia. His parents are strict Muslims, and he was raised in a religiously-observant household. Despite his strict religious upbringing he discovered a love of music as a teenager and beatboxed for MCs in the open mic circuit. Later, he would sing a cappella to complete strangers. He cites Stevie Wonder and Marvin Gaye as his inspirations. His passion for music led him to drop out of high school and become a full-time musician.
Musiq Soulchild was raised in strict Muslim families in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. He began performing at open mics and scatting in jazz clubs. He also performed a cappella for strangers. Later, he added the name Soulchild to his stage name. His greatest influences were Stevie Wonder, Marvin Gaye and LL Cool J. Six studio albums were released, four of them going gold.
Musiq Soulchild has a powerful soul voice and a booming hip-hop career. Bobby Brown, a fellow neosoul artist, discovered his second album, "Don't Be Cruel". His signature song is "Life on Earth", the album's title track. Aijuswanaseing provides a great introduction to Soulchild’s music.
Musiq Soulchild's career began in the mid-2000s, when he signed with Def Soul Records. His debut album, Aijuswanaseing, went gold. The album featured two singles, "Dontchange" and "Halfcrazy." In 2011, Musiq's third album, Soulstar, went gold. The album was produced by Roberto Cueto.
The song "Just Friends" by Musiq Soulchild is one of his most popular songs. The song tells the story about platonic courtship, set against the backdrop a circle friends who offer companionship when needed. With a love of music and a heartfelt voice, this song is the perfect way to express yourself and your feelings. This song is a reflection of his deep and sincere affection for his girlfriend.
Musiq Soulchild's moniker means "music." Before he was given his official moniker, the rapper was known as Music Boy. He later added the word "Soulchild" to his name to pay tribute to the '60s and '70s. His career has gone from strength to strength. His music has won numerous awards and been nominated. Among them, he has received multiple Grammys and is the reigning champ of the neo-soul scene.