BLP Kosher: the enjoyable Floridian Jewish Rapper with deep references
Inventive, cryptic, and coded citations and references orient me, whether or not in lyrics, literature, or the ciphers of life. I’ve spent hours listening to BLP Kosher drop historic references, mentions of skateboarding (shout out Yoshi Tanenbaum and Jason Dill), popular culture quotations, spiritual symbolism, and actually every other class conceivable – all the time playful, enjoyable, and inventively important.
Eric Skelton from Complicated writes, “The South Florida rapper has an attention-grabbing coiffure—two wicks stick straight out from the edges of his head—and he fills his songs with off-the-wall quotables, all whereas proudly representing his Jewish religion.
Naturally, his head-turning fashion is catching hearth on social media, and he is going viral for songs like “Mazel Tron” and “Jew on the Canoe.” At first look, you is likely to be skeptical that his aesthetic is a gimmick, however when you spend any period of time with Kosher, you will understand there are deep, significant causes behind the whole lot he does.”
Teaming up with the just lately deceased Jew Sheisty, their first viral video was for “Beatbox Freestyle.”
“Jew on a Canoe” provides promiscuous wordsmithing with a dry, golden water warning.
“Alopecia, she say all these different rappers dandruff (They dry)/ Unhealthy bitch from the Noya, she say sure to me although (Me although)/ Reality of the matter is I will hop on like several beat although (Yeah)/ They sleepin’ on me, I would depart they ass in El Dorado/ Or perhaps I will simply take the Manischewitz to Morocco (Water)”
Not too long ago, Kosher collaborated with Michigan rapper BabyTron to play tennis within the rain and chess in a bar for the video produced by Cole Bennett for the joint “Mazel Tron.”
“They are saying I am the GOAT, new drip, the place’s the lamb sauce?/
Flyer than a birdie, Desert Eagle in my Trackhawk/
I ain’t Irish, however my cash doubling, seize a shamrock/
I ain’t trickin’ with you bitches, pockets got here with padlocks/
They thought that I used to be fantasizing, confirmed ’em that I can pop/
Grew my hair right down to my shoulders, fan thought I used to be Matt Ox/
Bounce a fence and get my lick again like this The Sandlot/
Inform them boys to give up the mendacity, dwelling life on caps lock/
Try this interview the place BLP Kosher discusses his aesthetic and writing course of, the origin of his title, his sonic influences, the demise of Jew Sheisty, and rising up in South Florida as a Jewish child into skateboarding – he needed to show professional…then the music muses led him to a different observe.
“I do not prefer to be self-righteous or no matter it is known as. I attempt to keep humble. However anyone instructed me, ‘Oh, you are bringing enjoyable [back]. Your music is enjoyable.’… Having enjoyable is cool, however I am not going to take a seat right here and make that my largest factor. I do prefer to cater to the followers, although, however I identical to a superb stability. I’ve obtained to verify this shit is critical but additionally enjoyable. And what I imply by enjoyable is: the place folks re-listen to it a pair instances after which they understand, ‘Oh, that had a double which means or a triple which means.’ Or like, ‘That is what he meant when he mentioned this,’ after which they break it down and provide you with it for themselves. I really feel like that is a superb sort of enjoyable.”