Baby Kahlo
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Baby Kahlo

Baltimore, Maryland, United States | Established. Jan 01, 2017

Baltimore, Maryland, United States
Established on Jan, 2017
Solo Hip Hop R&B

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Baby Kahlo @ The Ottobar

Baltimore, Maryland, United States

Baltimore, Maryland, United States

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Baby Kahlo @ Pipe Dreamz

Baltimore, Maryland, United States

Baltimore, Maryland, United States

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Baby Kahlo @ The Crown

Baltimore, Maryland, United States

Baltimore, Maryland, United States

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"Dead End Hip Hop"

You know I feel like the battle between old school and new school hip-hop is going to rage on until robots are creating their own music. Back in the day, radio, MTV and other mediums gave us the chance to preview new music before committing to it. The equivalent to that now I feel is social media, a couple weeks ago I was aimlessly scrolling down my Twitter timeline and a vibrant trailer grabbed my attention immediately.

That trailer was from Baby Kahlo and 4KMedia for Kahlo’s video “Trance“. Kahlo displays many facets of talent in this one joint alone, from a catchy hook to the change ups in her verses, Kahlo flows freely over production from Micheal Taylor and TokyoTendo. This is just the beginning for the Baltimore native as she plans to release singles all throughout the year. Keep it locked here for everything hip-hop but for now peep “Trance” above. - Micheal Stover


"Bluntiq"

Baby Kahlo unleashes impressive new single, “Multiply”
Baby Kahlo has been putting these pieces together for a powerful 2018—performances, social media presence—you can find her on and offline.

Today, Baby Kahlo releases her new single, “Multiply.” Trees and Beats brings the hardhitting sample for this thumping track. Aggressively, Kahlo brings the energy for her new single.

Kahlo went on tour earlier this year, a part of Bali Baby’s “Play Girl World Tour.” She’s also been performing along side of hot-new talent: Yung Baby Tate, Deetranada, Sukihana, and more.

I expect more to come from Baby Kahlo. Her ambition to succeed is high and she knows how to set herself a part. Also, not failing to mention, her support system. - Craig T Lee


"Music On The Dot"

Baltimore rapper Baby Kahlo made her debut a little over a year ago. Today she hits our pages with a new single. She drops the Trees and Beats produced cut “Multiply.” On the track she delivers fearless and firery and lyrics as she teases with her playful and flirtatious sound. Listen above. -


"The Plug Society"

Welcome to The Plug Society, Baby Kahlo debuts on our pages with a dope new track. Baby Kahlo is a promising Baltimore artist who has been rapping for over a year and is making her presence known on and offline with live performances and consistent music. As part of Bali Baby’s “Play Girl World Tour”, she performed alongside buzzing female artists like Baby Tate, Deetranada, Sukihana, and more. Following up her song “Trance”, “Multiply” is a treesandbeats produced a track with an addictive sound driven by ominous, hellraising production. On this song, Kahlo spits hard rhymes about other women mimicking her and biting her style. Strong yet playful with her delivery, she shows her continually improving skills. “Multiply” is an energetic track that’s raw yet welcoming as her flirtatious voice compliments the brash lyrics. Plug in to “Multiply” below. - Juneil Goode


"Speed on the Beat"

Over a beat that sounds like it stepped out of a late 90s/early 2000s Memphis time warp that ended up in Baltimore somehow, Baby Kahlo gives us a methodical flow and things to think about, such as copycats (who seemingly "multiply," as the title suggests) and her cash flow (which is also multiplying). It's a different vibe from "Trance," and it admittedly took me a few listens to decide whether I'd post on the site. However, I kept coming back due to the Trees and Beats instrumental and Kahlo's flow. It's decisively old-school, but new enough in its subject matter and approach that it doesn't feel like it's just completely aping anyone's style. Check it out below and remember to support dope music in all its forms. -


"Taste Level Online"

#CultureHouse artist Baby Kahlo, drops a Spooky banger for Friday the 13th. Listen to Multiply below: - TASTELEVELWORLD


"Broke2Dope"

Baltimore native Baby Kahlo made her debut a little over a year ago freestyling over Famous Dex’s “Geek on a B*tch”. Since then, Kahlo continues to shine and break through this year with hit single’s like “Down 2 Go” and her eye catching visuals for her song “Trance”. Kahlo continues this reign with the release of her powerful new single “Multiply”. Produced by Trees and Beats, Kahlo also calls on Baltimore producer and art director Micheal Taylor for support. - Shanika Simmons


"Red Raptor"

+ @_babykahlo Delivers An Impressive Single With “Multiply”


Baltimore artist Baby Kahlo drops a dope new single! Rapping over a killer beat Kahlo delivers brash lyrics with boss level confidence as she raps about the various artists mimicking her style and hating on her progress. Kahlo sounds great rapping over this dark, pounding instrumental. The production has a grimy Underground, Hardcore Hip-Hop sound that meshes well with her cutthroat wordplay and assertive tone. This single has an infectious sound that’s sure to peek your interest check it out. -


"The Hype Magazine"

Baby Kahlo- Trance - Just Jay


"DJ Iceberg"

Baltimore native Baby Kahlo made her debut just less than a year ago with a freestyle recording over Famous Dex’s “Geek On a B*tch.” Since then, she’s continued to shine through a series of freestyles and singles like “Down 2 Go,” as well as inspire through her collective, “Kahlo’s Collective,” aimed at empowering women and giving back to her community.

Now, in 2018, she seems poised for a breakout year. For her first offering of the year, she delivers the visuals for her single “Trance.” The single, produced by Baltimore producer Tokyo Tendo, serves as a message to just how powerful the “trance” of a woman can be. “If I let him get up inside, it’s a trance. If he get all my time, on my line, it’s a trance,” she raps for the song’s hook.

The visuals were shot and directed in New York by 4K Brand. - Dame Dizzle


"Dead End Hip Hop"

Baltimore native Baby Kahlo made her debut a little over a year ago with a freestyle recording over Famous Dex’s “Geek on a B*tch”. Since then, Kahlocontinues to shine and break through this year with hit single’s like “Down 2 Go” and her eye catching visuals for her song “Trance”. Kahlo recently performed along some of the hottest new female artist’s like Yung Baby Tate, Deetranada, Sukihana, and more during Atlanta artist, Bali Baby’s “Play Girl World Tour”.

Today Kahlo releases her powerful new single “Multiply”. Produced by Trees and Beats, Kahlo also calls on Baltimore producer and art director Micheal Taylor for support. Kahlo shocks the world yet again with her fearless and firery lyrics. She teases us with her playful and flirtatious sound. Her voice in this track however, is stronger than ever. This new sound matches the message of the song to a T as Kahloopens up about the many struggles of being a female rap artist. She talks other women who attempt to mock and steal her style and business tactics in hopes of spitefully surpassing her. Lyrics like “…you cant beat me, quit that lying. Kahlo haters join alliance.” shows her determination and strength as she refuses to give up her spot and let another person “take her crown”. Multiply is available on ITunes, Spotify, Tidal, SoundCloud, Google Music, YouTube, and more. Click here to listen now. - Micheal Stover


"Bluntiq"

Baby Kahlo releases anticipated “Trance” visuals
Baby Kahlo is Baltimore’s unsung talent. I get to a point in my opinion where I have to start asking myself about the talent and ambitions of an artist. If we’re being frank, she demands her respect as a rapper, period; not categorization of gender.

Kahlo also has her collective, Kahlo’s Collective, which empowers women in her community.On Jan. 24, Baby Kahlo released her music video for “Trance,” a music video brought to us by the 4K Brand. The song is produced by Tokyo Tendo and Micheal Taylor.

Check out the music video below. - Craig T Lee


"The Demotape"

Baltimore native Baby Kahlo made her debut just less than a year ago with a freestyle recording over Famous Dex’s “Geek On a B*tch.” Since then, she’s continued to shine through a series of freestyles and singles like “Down 2 Go,” as well as inspire through her collective, “Kahlo’s Collective,” aimed at empowering women and giving back to her community.

Now, in 2018, she seems poised for a breakout year. For her first offering of the year, she delivers the visuals for her single “Trance.” The single, produced by Baltimore producer Tokyo Tendo, serves as a message to just how powerful the “trance” of a woman can be. “If I let him get up inside, it’s a trance. If he get all my time, on my line, it’s a trance,” she raps for the song’s hook.

The visuals were shot and directed in New York by 4K Brand. - Justice Gray


"Swidlife"

Baltimore native Baby Kahlo made her debut just less than a year ago with a freestyle recording over Famous Dex’s, “Geek On a B*tch.” Since then, she’s continued to shine through a series of freestyles and singles like “Down 2 Go,” as well as inspire through her collective, “Kahlo’s Collective,” aimed at empowering women and giving back to her community.

Now, in 2018, she seems poised for a breakout year. For her first offering of the year, she delivers the visuals for her single, “Trance.” The single, produced by Baltimore producer Tokyo Tendo, serves as a message to just how powerful the “trance” of a woman can be. “If I let him get up inside, it’s a trance. If he get all my time, on my line, it’s a trance,” she raps for the song’s hook. The visuals were shot and directed in New York by 4K Brand. - swidlife staff


"Broke2Dope"

@_BABYKAHLO PUTS YOU IN A "TRANCE" IN LATEST VISUALS - Shanika Simmons


"Speed on the Beat"

Baltimore meets NYC in the New York-filmed visuals to Baby Kahlo's "Trance," an aptly trippy visual for Kahlo's latest track. The brief look into the mystical powers of Kahlo's game (sex and otherwise) kept me intrigued enough to catch this artist's unique approach to a partystarter. This is especially seen through the choice of production from Tokyo Tendo. Now, the song itself is not straight turn-up like, say, a "Bartier Cardi" type of track. However, it's not straight-up Rapsody bars on top of bars, either. Kahlo found a happy middle ground and it's where the Baltimore native thrives. Check out "Trance" below and remember to support dope music in all its forms. -


"Bluntiq"

Baby Kahlo is one of Baltimore’s rising rappers and she’s showing out on her new “Gummo” freestyle, produced by Pierre Bourne.

“Only female rapper that these niggas will mention. I’m the only female rapper so you bitches be fishin’,” she raps in the track, early on. Kahlo finds a pocket that works for her, as she did on her “Down 2 Go” single that was released earlier this year. We can expect to hear much more from Kahlo as we move into 2018.

Check out “Gummo” below and let us know what you think of it. - Craig T Lee


Discography

Baby Kahlo- Multiply
Baby Kahlo- Down 2 Go
Baby Kahlo - Trance
Baby Kahlo- Kahlo's Freestyle


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Bio

 Baby Kahlo, also known as Kahlo Muerto, is one of Baltimore’s rising, female rappers.  Inspired by the style and art of Mexican artist Frida Kahlo, she commands attention from everyone anytime she enters a room with her 40-inch blonde hair, choker necklace, and glam goth attire - all a part of her “spooky demon” aesthetic.  Growing up, Kahlo was not allowed to listen to much Hip Hop and R&B by her Christian mother.  However, her father was a well-known DJ in the Baltimore area in the 90’s. Kahlo would see him on the weekends, and he would insist on teaching her the history of Hip Hop and Soul music.  From there, her love for the music began and she could not go a day without listening.  She would listen to her favorite songs and rap along as if she was filming the video herself.  Her own music is inspired by the likes of both 2Pac and Willow Smith.  It’s sharp, but playful with her flirtatious, yet fiery, lyrics. Kahlo released her debut single, “Kahlo’s Freestyle,” in February of 2017.  Since then, she has gone on to perform in a number of shows in Baltimore and the DMV as well as release her well-received video for her single “Trance.”  Most recently, she was a part of Bali Baby’s PlayGirl World Tour.

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