A multifaceted artist, songwriter, and producer, Khamari grew up in the Dorchester neighborhood of Boston, MA. The narrative rise and fall of his debut project, Eldorado, tracks his beginnings in anxious isolation on Jealous, the discovery and development of an exciting relationship on That Girl and Pull Up, to it”s unraveling on The Heat, a nostalgic look back on Other Side, and a final somber epilogue in Demons {Eldorado). Wrapping his powerfully earnest songwriting are contemporary sonics and stellar production, assisted by his close collaborators Trackside. Skilled as a vocalist, pianist, and guitarist, and growing up playing instruments ranging from the French horn to the violin, he left Berklee School of Music early to dive into the deep end as an artist.

Khamari’s music is distilled from influences ranging as wide as The Beatles, Stevie Wonder, and Sly Stone, to Frank Ocean, Kid Cudi, and Mac Miller. His next step is to continue the hunt for the intersection of timeless musicality and contemporary style, all without losing the honest accessibility which made him relatable from the start.

Khamari’s artist career debuted with a trio of Spotify New Music Friday placements, including a #10 spot with his sophomore release, The Heat. His editorial support rounded out as the cover artist for Spotify”s Fresh Finds, further playlisting on Apple Music FEELS, Amazon’s The New Black and Breakthrough R&B, and as cover artist for Tidal’s Pop:Rising. With over 12 million cumulative streams on his debut project – including 500k in The Heat’s first week on Spotify alone. Khamari’s off to a powerful start.