American singer-songwriter of pop with a folk influence named Noah Kahan joined Republic Records in 2017. On January 27, 2017, Kahan launched his debut single, “Young Blood,” and over the course of the year, he released four more singles.
The “busyheads” are his devoted followers. On The Late Show with Stephen Colbert in 2018, Kahan made his television debut by singing the song “Hurt Somebody.”
Keep checking back with us because we'll be telling you all about Noah Kahan‘s life, including his early years, profession, and a lot more.
Let's Have a Look of His Early Life
Noah Kahan was born into a Jewish household in Strafford, Vermont. In Hanover, New Hampshire, he attended Hanover High School. At the age of 8, Kahan started creating songs and posting them on SoundCloud, where his music started to gain popularity.
Kahan started collaborating with music producers when she was 17 years old (Cwenga Matanzima). His current manager Drew Simmons of Foundations Artist Management took notice of this. Songwriters like Dan Wilson, who has collaborated with artists like Adele, Scott Harris, and Carrie Underwood, among others, were drawn to his music as well.
Kahan postponed enrolling at Tulane University in order to focus on his budding music career. Kahan has stated that having a Wikipedia page and having his Instagram account verified are his two top professional aspirations.
Paul Simon, Cat Stevens, Counting Crows, Hozier, and Mumford and Sons are among the artists Kahan lists as influences.
Moving on With Noah Kahan's Music Career Journey
Kahan began working with producer Joel Little, known for his work with Lorde and Khalid, after he signed with Republic Records in 2016 and they started recording six songs together. On January 27, 2017, Kahan released “Young Blood,” which has received over 9 million streams.
“Hurt Somebody,” the lead track from Kahan's upcoming debut extended play of the same name, was released on September 15, 2017. Later in 2017, “Hurt Somebody” was redone with Grammy-nominated singer Julia Michaels. In January 2018, Hurt Somebody was made available.
Kahan released his first full-length studio album, Busyhead, on April 8, 2019, and it featured the duet version of “Hurt Somebody” as well as the singles “False Confidence” and “Mess.” It becomes available on June 14, 2019.
Noah revealed on his Instagram on April 30, 2020, that he would release an EP at midnight. “Cape Elizabeth” was thereafter dropped.
At Kahan's buddy Phin Choukas‘ home studio in Vermont, the album was recorded over the course of a week exactly one week after the singer departed New York City in March to avoid COVID-19. After that, Cape Elizabeth was discharged on May 1, 2020.
Kahan debuted I Was/I Am, his second full-length album, on June 17, 2021. He launched the I Was/I Am tour five days later.
Release day for the album was September 17, 2021. Kahan released the songs “Part of Me,” “Godlight,” and “Animal” over the course of the summer before the album was officially released. Of the three singles, “Part of Me” was the only one to be released ahead of the album's launch.
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Kahan first revealed the single “Stick Season” in October 2020, and it was officially released on July 8, 2022, along with the announcement of a U.S. tour for the following fall.
The song gained popularity among listeners over the course of the next two years and on the social media app TikTok.
On September 16, Kahan released “Northern Attitude” as a follow-up. Kahan released his album Stick Season on October 14, 2022.
Noah Kahan's Relationship Status
Noah Kahan might be single and has never been engaged. Noah Kahan is not dating anyone as of October 2022.