HurriKane Da Poet’s Work Is Stylized Expressionism


From rhyme, rhythm, and real reason, California’s HurriKane Da Poet has made a dent in today’s music and entertainment world. The dedication is no less than the best and putting in the effort to make it to the big leagues won’t be a surprise in this case. Do not forget that when you hear HurriKane on the airwaves nationally or even internationally that we predicted the success.

The enterprising artist considers himself a community activist, artist, and poet. His music embodies the soul of James Brown while giving the funk of Parliament and a little lyrical dexterity of Tupac Shakur. Hurrikane has been featured on such projects as Triple Beam’s “Pain” and has worked with Brother Lynch Hung, Lock Monster of the Funky Socialists, and Black Market Records. He also has a book on Amazon entitled Poetry for the People that pairs forty-four paintings and poems and it has begun to invigorate the literal critic’s everywhere.

HurriKane’s art exhibition combines both music and digital art with traditional painted pieces on canvas. He explains it as a new genre of art called stylized expressionism. He’s combining graffiti and other influences into a fluid working ensemble where music and color fill every enclave.


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