Album artwork for Blind Obedience by Taphari

Hailing from Brownsville, Brooklyn, Taphari got his start in the underground queer club scenes of Bushwick. His live performances are explosive dance parties and an aggressive call to action. Truly charismatic on stage, music is Taphari’s most efficient means of communication. He writes of his struggles as a young loner from the hood seeking asylum in laughter, queer expression, hip hop, and the internet.

On Blind Obedience, we find Taphari on a journey of self-actualization, transcending suffering through the power of self-love and authentic musical expression. This hard-hitting, confident debut centers the skilled rapper's syllable hopscotch over mutating beats. Staying in a lane he's forged himself, the rap alien's rage is explosive out the gate. On lead single "Table 42," featuring seasoned rapper Pink Siifu, Taphari sings of lost love and the end of the world over drum 'N bass beats. "Back soon," featuring label mate Benét, is a generous breath from this kinetic collection of bangers.

Taphari

Blind Obedience

Bayonet
Album artwork for Blind Obedience by Taphari
LP +

$19.99

Slime Green Vinyl

Released 07/27/2021Catalog Number

BR035lp-C1

Taphari

Blind Obedience

Bayonet
Album artwork for Blind Obedience by Taphari
LP +

$19.99

Slime Green Vinyl

Released 07/27/2021Catalog Number

BR035lp-C1

Hailing from Brownsville, Brooklyn, Taphari got his start in the underground queer club scenes of Bushwick. His live performances are explosive dance parties and an aggressive call to action. Truly charismatic on stage, music is Taphari’s most efficient means of communication. He writes of his struggles as a young loner from the hood seeking asylum in laughter, queer expression, hip hop, and the internet.

On Blind Obedience, we find Taphari on a journey of self-actualization, transcending suffering through the power of self-love and authentic musical expression. This hard-hitting, confident debut centers the skilled rapper's syllable hopscotch over mutating beats. Staying in a lane he's forged himself, the rap alien's rage is explosive out the gate. On lead single "Table 42," featuring seasoned rapper Pink Siifu, Taphari sings of lost love and the end of the world over drum 'N bass beats. "Back soon," featuring label mate Benét, is a generous breath from this kinetic collection of bangers.