Bk Cashmere (also known as Cashmere) is an American Hip-hop Music Artist & Songwriter from Brooklyn, NY. After being crowned by The Source Magazine (in 2004) as “the artist leading the charge in bringing new life to NY hip-hop” (issue 79), he released his debut mixtape titled “The Proposal” hosted by Hot97 DJ Kay Slay in 2005. He followed that project with a mixtape titled “Me & My Music” hosted by DJ Mister Cee in 2006. Shortly after, “The Proposal Pt II” mixtape hosted by DJ P Cutta dropped in 2007 as well as “Nothing But The Freestyles” & “This Time Is For The Money” hosted by DJ E Nyce in 2008. Then in 2009 he released a mixtape titled “Birds Flyin High” hosted by D. Blake in preparation for his debut album “Take Me Away” which was released in 2011. Hard at work branding his company Bk Cashmere dropped his sophomore album “Ready 2 Live” on December 1st 2014.
His resume consists of various features on classic hip-hop DVD’s such as “Come Up DVD”, “Smack DVD”, and “Real Talk TV”, etc. Among many features he has appeared on mixtapes by prestigious DJ’s such as DJ Green Lantern, DJ WhooKid, DJ Envy, and many more. Adding to his many features you can find him on DJ Kay Slay’s debut and follow up album “Pain from the Game” & “Pain from the Game II,” as well as Joell Ortiz’s debut album “Brick Bodega" on the classic track “Brooklyn” which features hip-hop legend Big Daddy Kane. He has also worked along side artists such as Bun B, Lil Boosie, WC, Stack Bundles, and many more.
Bk Cashmere is an artist that has mastered the art of rap in a way that we do not hear in hip-hop today. As a Brooklyn native he embraces the gutter trenches with a style and class that cannot be ignored. His talent goes far beyond just hip-hop as he is an artist at heart, with one hell of a story and lyrics so captivating it’s as if you are experiencing hip-hop for the very first time.