His passion for writing poems never ceased. After working for a corporate company that left creatively stifled, he began to search for his true artist. Adopting the NYC hustle, he became an actor but still felt he wasn’t contributed to the world in any impactful way. Feeling a loss of identity, he left home, traveled through Europe and began writing short-form non-fiction and poetry guided him back to the root of his creativity. After arriving back in NYC, and starting work on a novel, Pasha became an active member of the underground poetry scene.
Still enthusiastic about hip-hop, he decided to write a 3-track EP in English. Just like that, the fire ignited. In a union of lyrical poetry and rap, Glass Hamlet was conceived. A casual hobby became Pasha’s life. From that point on, all he wanted to do was write the music which ultimately became his first album.
A year later, in the production stage of his first album; he finally had a project he was thoroughly proud of, with which he could push the boundaries of the rap genre to a more intellectual direction. “This journey has been chaotic and the track is wet. Yet, we continue.” -Pasha Kalachev Aka Glass Hamlet Glass Hamlet calls on his listeners to join in expanding the boundaries of the rap genre. His creative roots are embedded in the New York underground poetry scene and heavy influence from Russian rap music. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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