The ancient Egyptians believed that the human soul was made of five parts, one of which was the Ka. The Ka is what distinguished the living from the dead and when the Ka left the body is when death occurred. Although for years now we’ve heard the sentiment that Hip-Hop is dead, deep in Brooklyn, rapper Ka still clings tightly to its life force, where perfecting the craft is part of his daily routine. I had a chance recently to speak to Ka, where we talked about his time in music, love for lyrics, an upcoming project with Roc Marciano and ageism in rap.
Read the interview here.