Zack Kahn

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Zack Kahn
Zack Kahn performing in 2019.jpg
Zack Kahn performing at Wellmont Theater in Montclair, NJ 2019
Background information
Birth nameZachary Christian Kahn
Born (1996-10-19) October 19, 1996 (age 25)
Pompton Plains, New Jersey, U.S.
GenresHip hop, Intellectual Rap
Occupation(s)
  • Rapper
  • songwriter
Years active2012–present
Websiteavemusicgroup.com

Zack Kahn, also known by ZackOnTheAve or ZK, is an independent artist from New Jersey[1][2] who has been making and releasing music for over 10 years. As of December, 2021,[when?] he has five official releases on all major streaming platforms (Spotify, Apple Music, etc,) and hundreds of songs on SoundCloud (under the account AvenueMusicGroup). His first official Album Don't Talk, Just Listen is set to be released in January 2022.[3][4]

Zack Kahn (above) performing.

Kahn is also the founder of entertainment and music group, The Ave.[5] This is where his Instagram name and alias "ZackOnTheAve" comes from.[6]

Albums[edit]

Kahn's first official album, titled Don't talk, Just Listen is set to be released in early January of 2022. Inspired by his recent abstinence from drugs and alcohol in the months prior to creating the album, many songs on “Don’t Talk, Just Listen” portray the benefits, as well as the harsh reality of recovery.[4] The song “Let Me Tell Ya” Is the first track on the project and was released as a single prior to its parent project.[7] The album features 10 songs, including "Let me Tell Ya" (single) and "Mind Lock" as well as an intro skit.[4] Don't talk, just Listen will be available on all major streaming services.

File:Official cover of "Don't Talk, Just Listen" (Zack Kahn Album).jpg
Official art for Zack Kahn's Don't talk, Just Listen. 2021

Singles[edit]

Zack’s most known single to date (2021) is “1942 (feat. Jabbar Hakeem). The music video was filmed in New York, NY

Mixtapes and SoundCloud singles[edit]

Welcome In (mixtape) is Kahn's earliest project (2015) which was released while he was still a senior in high school. The 10-song mixtape includes Zack’s first ever single to be released on SoundCloud, "Walter Black" (prod. By Max L Beats)

Tracklist: (Welcome In)

  1. Let's Go.
  2. Smokin' N Drinkin' (Ft Max L).
  3. Dearly Departed (ft Danimal Lector)
  4. DRUGS.
  5. Ride With Me.
  6. A Story.
  7. Got Some More (Max L).
  8. Welcome In Freeverse (ft Max L)(Bonus).
  9. Pu$$y Achin' (ft Max L).
  10. Walter Black.[8]
  • Addicts Villains & Entrepreneurs – Zack Kahn (Mixtape)(2016) This mixtape, nicknamed “AVE”, is Zack Kahn’s second released mixtape. With 44,000 views and more than 8,000 downloads, this project was favored among fans and served as a milestone in the New Jersey rapper’s music career. This tape has 11 tracks. One of the more popular songs on the project is “B.Y.O.B” which was recorded (audio & music video) at a studio in White Plains, NY Tracklist: (Addicts, Villains & Entrepreneurs) 1.) Them & Us (Feat. Twan & Kid Casual) 2.) High By the Beach 3.) All a Part Of 4.) AVE Interlude 5.) Sharks in the Water (Feat. Twan) 6.) Oscar (Feat. Matty P.) 7.) Fuel 8.) Have the World 9.) December 25th (feat. Matty P.) 10.) B.Y.O.B. 11.) Pages.
  • Zack Kahn & Max L Beats – Slick Tape EP (mixtape) (2016) The Slick Tape EP is Zack Kahn’s third mixtape, immediately following “Addicts Villains & Entrepreneurs”, and consist of 6 tracks that were co-created by Max L Beats. Tracklist: (Slick Tape EP) 1.)Tag Team 2.) Bad Daze 3.) 100 4.) Work 5.) Boosted 6.) Outro

Features[edit]

Kahn has worked with a handful of artist from NJ as well as other areas of the east coast, Jabbar Hakeem on the song "1942" and Heebzstreet (Return of the Doggystyle Records), both from NJ.

Other features[edit]

  D. Lector
  Deets
  Max L Beats

Performances and events[edit]

Kahn has performed in venues and events all over NJ. He has also shared a stage with very well known artist in the Hip-Hop/Rap genre.

Kahn has performed alongside:

  • Gucci Mane at Wellmont Theater, Montclair NJ (2019)
  • Mobb Deep at Stanhope House, Stanhope NJ (2016,2017)
  • Chris Webby at Stanhope House, Stanhope NJ (2016)
  • KRS1 at Stanhope House
  • Alus at Montville Township High School and Gloria Foundation Event

Charity work[edit]

Kahn has worked with The Gloria Foundation on multiple occasions, raising over $90,000 for[9] domestic violence victims in NJ. Some of these events included fellow NJ artist Alus and former x-Factor finalist Emily Michalak[10].

Zack Kahn rapping against Domestic Violence

[11]

Kahn has performed at the Gloria Foundation's "Taste of Italy" event multiple times.[12]

Zack was also invited back to his home town high school (Montville High school) in 2016,17,18 to perform in the annual "School of Rock" concert, raising money for different organizations.[13]

References[edit]

  1. "Avemusicgroup.com". Unknown parameter |url-status= ignored (help)
  2. "Zack Kahn". Spotify. Retrieved 2021-11-25.
  3. "Zachontheave". Retrieved 2021-11-25 – via Instagram.
  4. 4.0 4.1 4.2 Gilbert, Natalee (2021-12-12). "Zack Kahn – "Let Me Tell Ya"". New Fire Music. Retrieved 2021-12-18.
  5. "Avemusicgroup.com". Unknown parameter |url-status= ignored (help)
  6. "Zack Kahn". Spotify. Retrieved 2021-12-03.
  7. "Let me Tell Ya lyrics". Unknown parameter |url-status= ignored (help)
  8. "Zack Kahn - Welcome In". SoundCloud. Retrieved 2021-11-28.
  9. "Montville Charity Raises $30K for Domestic Abuse Center". TAPinto. Retrieved 2021-11-28.
  10. "Montville Charity Raises $30K for Domestic Abuse Center". TAPinto. Retrieved 2021-12-03.
  11. Smucker, Jonathan Matthew; Russell, Joshua Kahn; Malitz, Zack, "Expressive & instrumental actions", Beautiful Trouble, OR Books, pp. 232–233, retrieved 2021-12-03
  12. "2018 Taste of Italy". The Gloria Foundation. Retrieved 2021-12-03.
  13. "Montville School of Rock Concert Raises $520 for Gloria Foundation". TAPinto. Retrieved 2021-11-28.

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