Mic check 1-2, 1-2. Okay, let's get this one thing clear, Nomad has been working more than anybody else this year, and that's F.A.C.T.S. Get your speakers ready because Nomad is back and ready to educate over the bass of his new joint, Testing, produced by IconicBeats.
Nomad and IconicBeats own the Burn City music hustle, which is evident in all the work they have put in from previous years to now. IYCM predicts that it will be a while for the competition (if any) to catch up, especially with Nomad's constant versatility.
The intention of Testing was to make known what Nomad and IconicBeats already know, "which is the fact they've been working so fucking hard on their shit, and they're about to be a problem for everyone". **Bring ALLLLLL the smoke**
As IYCM has stated before, these two are an absolute force to be reckoned with. Nomad continues to swim against the current trends and create his own river through his confident flow and energetic, lyrical delivery, giving the listener a break from the over-consumed sound of mumbling. Once again, Nomad and Iconicbeats provide the goods with refreshments. It should come as no surprise to our readers that one of Nomad's biggest inspirations is J.Cole.
"His ability to tell stories and use his lyrics to shed light on issues plaguing society" encouraged Nomad to use music as a talking point to educate. Drawn to music at a young age, Nomad had difficulty communicating his feelings and used to internalise many emotions. "Music makes things easier to explain, and feelings get conveyed much clearer, even if it’s just me realising what I’m feeling." The future ahead is blazing bright for Nomad with his focus on completing the album, The Nomadic, and "building up content related to it, so we can drop that muthaf*cka and share it with the world!". So go run up the numbers on Testing, which is available on all streaming sites now. Stay up to date with the Burn City music hustle by following (@nomad_tmrc) and (@officialiconicbeats_) on Instagram.