Soul Khan just dropped the visuals to “Rusted Ghosts” off his most recent project, the Psalm EP. On “Rusted Ghosts”, as with the rest of the EP, Abnormal handles the production and crafts a chilling, piano-driven backdrop for Soul’s narrative about tattoos. For more on the Brown Bag emcee, make sure you check out our interview with Soul Khan where we discuss the EP and a whole lot more. Check out the visuals to “Rusted Ghosts” below, as well as an inside look into the meaning behind Soul Khan’s tattoos.
“I was surprised to find some friends were opposed/ like “what about when you get wrinkled into stretches and folds?”/ But if I never take a step I could regret when I’m old/ then my regrets’ll be the only thing that I’ll ever hold./ So I slid in the chair, palms clutching the arms of it/ my whole body was probably limp as a sock puppet./ Used to fear the pain, now it’s one of my favorite parts of it/ ’cause there ain’t nothing more beautiful than the scar from it.” – Soul Khan