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KHX05 releases ‘BLXCK KXT' remix EP on Suzi Analogue’s Never Normal Records: Listen

A video for Rozay Labeija’s remix of ‘Edna Mode’ has also been released

KHX05 has shared a collection of remixes from their ‘BLXCK KXT’ EP on Suzi Analogue’s Never Normal Records. Check it out below. 

‘BLXCK KXT REMIX EP’ features contributions from Iron Dylan, Awful Records’ LORD NARF,  House of Labeija’s Rozay Labeija, GHOZT and Never Normal/Teklife affiliate Heavee. Each of the five remixers puts their own distinctive spin on KHX05's (pronounced Chaos) raw and experimental rap tracks, in which their lyrics tell stories of their trans experience.

A video for Rozay Labeija’s remix of ‘Edna Mode’ has also been released, in which both artists are seen performing alongside dancers Coco Kinston and Luna. Check it out below. 

KHX05 is one of the newest members of Never Normal Records, which Suzi Analogue described as a “collective that is intended to use creativity to help determine the evolution and positivity of Black futures,” in a recent DJ Mag interview. “It’s a space for artists to come together, share and learn,” she said. 

KHX05 is a a queer/trans rapper and multi-disciplinary artist based in Durham, North Carolina with Gullah-Geechee cultural roots. In an interview with Never Normal, they said: “I’m here to fuck shit up. I’m already in hell and there’s nowhere to go but up.” 

‘BLXCK KXT REMIX EP’ is available on Bandcamp and all streaming services here