Cream, Currency Collective


Kalim Hector Theophilus Miller [b. September 20th, 1990] also known by his Hip-Hop moniker Cream is an American rapper, record producer, and occasional actor born in East Flatbush, Brooklyn, NY.

His “Currency Collective” art conglomerate houses artists ranging from opera singers to rappers & producers to graffiti & abstract painters to political & social bloggers to clothing lines; with an ever-expanding array of fields, the Currency Collective seems to the next-generation of a self-sufficient lifestyle brand.

While his focus is on enhancing the success of the members of his Collective, his style of music varies from one of a “hubristic” nature to that of a civil rights leader’s temperament. Often times utilizing a style self-described as “Politico Rap,” Cream dives into topics of life at a level which he calls “subconscious” rap, or aspects of life that most artists dance around/don’t talk about.

Influenced by artists the likes of Jay-Z, Nas, The Notorious B.I.G. (NY Legends), his mix of “dope” lines, memorable and original quotes, as well as his complexity of flows, allows Cream to fulfill a unique niche: a NY lyricist others can respect, while still appealing to a commercial audience.

Learn more about Cream on his Reverbnation page and his YouTube Channel.

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