MKHL’s Big Break Came At The L Train Station

MKHL’s starting to make himself known in the professional recording and music industry. Through his dedication to music, the diligent artist is leaving a stamp with cutting edge songs and lyrics. As a music artist as well as an entrepreneur, don’t be surprised to see MKHL in the biggest publications. Only highlight reel type of work can be expected moving forward from this emerging artist.

Inspired by the sounds of Kid Cudi and Travis Scott, this northwest London artist takes on alternative hip hop by combining the new booming 808 feel with old school lyrical rap to create an emotionally driven masterpiece. MKHL is a NYC film school grad who has untapped potential and an undying will. His first interview ever was with Complex Magazine that just so happened at the L Train Station, where he’d been busking for several days, where journalist Nathan Reese pulled out a recorder and started asking questions.

“Seeing myself in the magazine that I’d aspired to be in for so long as my first interview ever was the only sign I needed to dedicate my life to music entirely,” he reveals. MKHL’s most recent project is his song “Low” that’s currently on YouTube gaining almost 1K views a day, now at 29,000, and out on all major streaming platforms. He also has a collection of singles that he’ll be be releasing throughout the year.

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