Patriarch is ready to explode onto the rap scene with his newly-released debut, Son of a Refugee. The 20-track album dropped March 6th on Revolution N.O.W. Records and features impressive support, with appearances by Dead Prez, Kurupt, The Outlawz and San Quinn.
As an Arab-American rap artist living in a post 9-11 world, Patriarch speaks to the masses about the stereotypes, fear and anger towards the Arab world. He flawlessly delivers his message of political activism to relatively untouched US market of over four million Arab-Americans. With a blend of massive beats, politically charged lyrics, and a gift of determination, Son of a Refugee is sure to grab your attention, as well as make you think twice about the world you live in.
As Patriarch’s music career takes off, so has his demand all around the world. An invitation to perform in Tokyo for the UN sponsored Refugee Film Festival, as well as his music being exhibited at The University of Scotland at the Centre of Political Song based in Glasgow Caledonian, showcase his rising popularity. Having toured with Akon, D12, Lady of Rage, Dogg Pound, Tyrese, and Immortal Technique, things are only getting started for this one-of-a-kind political rapper.