Mo Khan grew up in Karachi, Pakistan but now he's based in Atlanta Georgia. He been busy creating soul, R&B, hip hop, and pop music in one of the world's major hubs for hip hop artists. He's currently the only rapper/artist in the scene making music in Urdu, an Indic language closely related to Hindi, and the official language of Pakistan.
Mo Khan released his debut single earlier in the year called "Besimal" and now he's back with a brand new track titled "Falsafa." We spoke with Khan and he told us the title of his latest effort means "philosophy." He explained, "The inspiration behind the track was my religion, faith, society, hypocrisy, culture and last but not least, the legend: Ustaad Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan. This song connects me to the depth of my culture and religion with hypocrisy in society. It also adds a classical touch of Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan."
Mo Khan is currently working on more projects and plans to be releasing music more consistently going forward. His outlook of the world is normally quite pessimistic but he's been feeling the love from newfound fans of his music. Khan recently stated, "People who were not there for me when I was nothing are now cheering for my success. This is why I wrote this song about "Hypocrisy."