Soul Khan – Someone’s Pocket

Written by J.Monkey. Posted in Gumbo, Music

Published on November 30, 2011 with No Comments


Soul Khan returns from a non-hiatus with another worthwhile addition to his discography with his new single ‘Someone’s Pocket.’ Some soulful sounds and lyrics that are easily to relate to. Neither of those are strict requirements for a dope track but they sure do help. Who wants to hear a dude sound bored by his own wealth and spitting very little of substance while blatantly co-opting the iconography of people actually speaking up about vital issues to churn out mo’ bucks (you know who it is)? I’d much rather hear an emcee who still sounds invested in what he’s saying, and is saying something that hits home to boot.

What kind of dude brags about his cash in a recession?

Indeed. This track is from the Pursuance EP (Produced entirely by Audible Doctor) which drops December 6th.



1982 was when Jaap van der Doelen aka J.Monkey shot his way out his mom dukes. A mere two years later he was already battling Big Brother and The Illuminati. Whenever he has time to spare from those efforts he writes (about music, mostly), hosts a radio show and designs graphics for a living. He lives in The Netherlands where he continues to be winning.

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