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Mwalim is considered the Godfather of the South coast Soul Movement (referring to the Southern region of New England, encompassing Massachusetts, Rhode Island and Connecticut), Mwalim emerged from the east coast small club circuit, followed by several years lending his talents to other artists projects and a writer, musician, producer, and remixer, adding his ‘Mwalimadelic’ soul-touch to numerous remix compilations.
In 2009, Mwalim regained club attention with the release of the single "Ain't Done Yet - feat. Amaris". This was quickly followed with the dancehall flavored DEM BIG GIRLS, which also became a heavily viewed music video on youtube.com and BET.com.
Mwalim, has shared the stage with The Four Tops, King Britt, The Last Poets, KRS –ONE, Chandlar, and Angie Stone, small gigs and venues like this are among his favorites kinds of gigs. “I get to test my material in the rawest form in gigs like this: just me and my keys.” It was years ago that my grandfather (late big band jazz band leader and arranger, Allan H. Nurse) told me that it’s only a good song if it sounds good on just a piano or guitar. The rest is dressing.”