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Featured Artist: Solomon Childs

Early Life

Rapper and Staten Island native Solomon Childs was born Walbert Ryan Dale in 1975. As a young boy, Solomon always had an interest in music. While his mom put in cassette taps in the living room as a young kid, Solomon would often sing along but it wasn’t until his teen years that he knew he wanted to do HipHop & rap.

“I didn’t how to rap, But i knew how it sounded and what rap was” Solomon Said

The rhymester grew up in an archaic era where, smart TV’s didn’t exist, and neither did cell phones. There was a certain order in households, where children were seen and not heard. Once Solomon saw the shift from children that were his age, speaking confidently on TV, he wanted to do it too.

“That’s when I fell in love with hip hop,” he says.

Childs began rapping as a teenager and first chose Killah Bamz as his first stage name.


Solomon became affiliated with the mighty Wu-Tang Clan through his family ties to godbrother Cappadonna and cousin Ghostface Killah. Contributing to various Wu-Tang-related releases throughout the late ’90s and early 2000s, including verses on Cappadonna’s The Pillage, RZA’s Bobby Digital, Ghostface Killah’s Supreme Clientele, and others. In the early 2000s, he was a member of the Ghostface-affiliated group Theodore Unit, as well as appearing on tracks by other artists and working on his own releases. 

Solomon Childs issued a steady string of CD-R albums throughout the 2000s and early 2010s, offering the same kind of frenetic styles and hyper-prolific creative drive that would be represented by mixtape releases in hip-hop’s next generation.

As both a young veteran of many Wu-Tang Projects, including most notably those by Ghostface Killah & Cappadonna, Solomon Childs (formerly Killa Bamz) has certainly come into his own. His gravelly voice and streetwise lyrics are Usually heard in a solo setting on Chambermusik, however with “Wu-Tang 4 Life”, he shows an even wider array of skills when placed alongside several notable guests.

Some of Childs’ songs were featured on “The Sting,” a 2002 album by affiliates and members of the Wu-Tang Clan.

Listen below to hear Solomon newest release “Champions”!

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