I usually don’t post albums without hearing them in entirety, but I have a good feeling about this one based on the few songs I’ve already heard before and the few I’ve heard just now. Wara was born is Brooklyn but now lives in Atlanta, and it shows in the music. It’s new school rap informed by old school sensibility, with informed by being the key words. Wara doesn’t simply ape New York and Atlanta traditions like some others are wont to do, he uses them as a foundation and then tries to build his own sound on top of them. At least that’s what it sounds like so far.
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