PK
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PK

London, England, United Kingdom

London, England, United Kingdom
Band Hip Hop R&B

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Starting out in Brixton, South London & then moving to Bournemouth, Dorset 16 year old Phantom K took interest in the Hip-Hop scene in 2006 with his debut mix tape, Buttonz & Switchez. Taking influence from British recording artists like Scorcher, Griminal, Bashy etc and US recording artists like Michael Jackson, Jamie Foxx, Lil Wayne & T-Pain etc.

At the moment he is working on his hopeful Debut Album, Breaking Point, which has influences of again artists like Lil Wayne, T-Pain & new UK artists Tine Tempah & Labrinth. This album is more versatile with Pop, R&B, Hip-Hop & Club/Techno songs. He is also currently setting up the release for his Debut Single 'Famous Ft G-Star' which is set to be released June 1st 2011 on iTunes etc. with the music video.

PK started music in the summer of 2006 after being introduced to Cuebase (Music Making Software) at secondary school after that date he instantly fell in love with it, from then on he has mastered Producing beats, writing lyrics and mixing down the songs afterwards. PK doesn't only produce Hip-Hop songs he also has R&B, Rock, Pop, Techno & Dubstep beats/songs under his belt. He also creates and array of genres for background music for films. On that note he is currently working on a feature film which will be shot in the summer of 2011 as he in also interested in the art of film-making.

Before the end on 2011 he aims to if not win a music award of some sort then be nominated for one and he plans to do this by bringing out one good song after the other with national gigs to grow his fan base, radio play and more.
With standout tracks like "Famous Ft G-Star," his music appeals to hip-hop fans and non-hip-hop fans alike.