Biography

Independent Hip Hop stalwarts, Himalayan Project return with their third studio album ‘Broken World’. Known for their fierce and insightful songs about politics, hip-hop, race and culture, Chee Malabar and Rainman have been a mainstay in the oft over-populated world of hip hop. Having made their debut in 2001 with ‘The Middle Passage’, and following it up with ‘Wince at the Sun’, the group has remained industrious, continuing to evolve, with the release of Chee’s “solo” album with producer Zeeb––the eponymous titled “Oblique Brown”.

Over the past five years, HP has been busy: Performing coast to coast, hitting the college music and lecture circuit, and being featured in hip hop documentaries. The group’s lyrics have found their way into numerous college curriculum and PHD dissertations about identity and politics in America. Their body of work has earned them a reputation as important social commentators in the hip hop community.

If “The Middle Passage” and “Wince at the Sun” were overtly political and angst ridden, then “Broken World” finds the group looking inward, and delivering their most personal album to date.

The production on “Broken World” is handled by the Soulful MP’s (Kooz and Zeeb)––who have been at the helm of all previous Oblique Brown and HP releases to date. Notable cuts include “Satisfied” and “Manchild”, the former, a personal dialogue on track that documents the two childhood friends and emcees going through struggles as a group, and the latter; a scathing, veiled attack on the American cultural landscape.

Armed with a fiercely independent streak, Himalayan Project continue to grow into themselves, charting their personal histories on track and building a catalog that documents the times we live in.

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Wince at the Sun
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The Middle Passage
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Oblique Brown
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Contact for further information:
cheemalabar@hotmail.com

For booking information for shows, panels and appearances for Himalayan Project, Chee Malabar and Oblique Brown:
cheemalabar@hotmail.com
(347) 725-0720

Red Bench Records: (347) 725-0720

For licensing queries:
Modiba Publishing
Eileen O’Neill
Operations Manager
eileen@modiba.net
212.725.0125

2 responses to “Biography

  1. hello.

    You’re music has so much soul I hope to see you guys flourish into an unstoppable true to hip-hop dynamism. I have been listening to you guys since I bought the first album on cd baby way way back🙂 Anytime my walk-man (jk) decides to play one of your many poetic masterpieces it’s pure bitter sweet beauty. With my Ipod playing on shuffle at work a lot of my co-workers ask, “who’s that?”.

    In the end my opinion is meaning less but I would really like to see you guys live some day!

    take care,
    eddy

    • himalayanproject

      Thanks for the love, Eddy! Always appreciate your continued support. Hope our paths cross at a show.

      Peace
      HP

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