Exclusive: Propaganda's Tour Bus Playlist Featuring Warpaint, Ben Khan, Copeland

Catch him on tour now with Kings Kaleidoscope!

By Taylor Irwin - Sep 12, 2017
Christian rapper and poet Propaganda hails from Los Angeles and is back on the scene with his latest album, 'Crooked', which finds the emcee at his most honest yet, commenting on the social issues that are plaguing the US. Catch him on tour, when he'll be hitting the stage in cities across the country with Kings Kaleidoscope. Catch him on tour now with Kings Kaleidoscope!

2017 has seen its fair share of ups and downs, but nothing sums it up and spits it back out at us like Propaganda's latest release, Crooked. Between his wicked flow and sharp lyricism, the Los Angeles emcee struck gold with his fifth solo album, thanks in large part to the commentary he provides on topics such as Standing Rock, the war in Iraq, and the injustices faced on a day-to-day basis by various communities in this country.

“I believe in art for art’s sake,” he said in a press release. “I think art is what makes us human. I believe art actually shapes and gives commentary to the human experience." Using music to masterfully convey his thoughts on current events is one of the reasons he's found such a solid fanbase, one that will be showing out for his upcoming tour with chamber pop band, Kings Kaleidoscope. Kicking off tonight, the run will take the Christian rapper to Seattle, Phoenix, San Diego, and more before wrapping on September 20 in Sacramento.

To get an idea of what the "Bear With Me" musician will be bumping on his journey up and down the west coast, check out his Tour Bus Playlist below featuring tracks from Kendrick Lamar, Copeland, Warpaint, and more. Then make sure to Track him on Bandsintown so you don't miss him when he comes through your city!

Propaganda's Tour Bus Playlist


1. 'Do Know Wrong' - Propaganda

"This song I feel like captures the spirit of how much I love my city, its music and the beauty in ashes I hope my music communicates."

2. 'Cynical' - Propaganda feat. Aaron Marsh and Sho Baraka

"This is for all those who are reeling from our nation’s social upheaval."

3. 'How Did We Get Here' - Propaganda feat. Andy Mineo

"This is a moment to celebrate the survivor in all of us."


4. 'Bear With Me' - Propaganda

"For all the lovers out there. If someone ever told you marriage was easy, they lied. But it’s the most fun you’ll ever have."

5. 'The Beauty Between' - Kings Kaleidoscope feat. Andy Mineo

"Kings Kaleidoscope is one of my favorite bands and I can’t wait to tour with them. Get to know these dudes."


6. 'Gangland' - Lecrae feat. Propaganda

"My dawg Lecrae is dropping really important music these days. Show him some love."

7. 'Enchanted' - Kings Kaleidoscope

"This mug is just a banger!"

8. 'How Much a Dollar Cost?' - Kendrick Lamar

"Kendrick is becoming one of the most important voices in our generation. This song expresses the beauty of encountering the divine in a real way."


9. 'Slide on U' - Boogie

"This just WEST COAST HEAT! It’s way ratchet, way hood, but then again so am I."

10. 'Worry' - Jack Garratt

"I just recently discovered Jack Garrett. I want EVERYONE to enjoy this."


11. 'Savage' - Ben Khan

"What Ben is doing is what I wish I could do if I could sing."

12. 'What Do I Know?' - Copeland

"This song and Aaron Marsh’s writing has inspired me for years."

13. 'New York' - St. Vincent


14. 'Whiteout' - Warpaint

"I love how they're bending genre!"


15. 'Ride On Reprise' - Kings Kaleidoscope

"Sometimes you just need some ride out music. This is it."

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Upcoming Propaganda Shows:

Date Venue Location
Mar 9, 2018 Murray Hill Theatre Jacksonville Tickets & More
Apr 9, 2018 Loft @ Center Stage Atlanta Tickets & More
Apr 10, 2018 Neighborhood Theatre Charlotte Tickets & More
Apr 11, 2018 Rock & Roll Hotel Washington Tickets & More
Apr 12, 2018 Voltage Lounge Philadelphia Tickets & More
Apr 13, 2018 Gramercy Theatre New York Tickets & More
Taylor Irwin

I spent my first allowance on a TLC 'Waterfalls' cassette and have been a different version of David Bowie for Halloween the past five years. Golden rule: You can never have too many tacos in a single 24-hour period.

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