You can't know the future if you don't know the past, and Nomadis here to shine a light on this by consciously spitting blankets of truth with his new release, 'White Lies' produced by H0MEB0Y.G.
Driven by the recent and previous injustices in the USA and also in his own backyard, Australia, Nomad uses his platform wisely to lyrically educate on racism and the dismissive nature that lies within the 'all lives matter' slogan, which is used to foolishly override the Black Lives Matter movement.
"Saying black lives matter, we just want a fair go, and that’s the bottom line. If you believe that all lives matter, then why the fuck ain’t you just as mad? If you on the side quiet, then you just as bad" - Nomad.
Nomad corrects without hesitation on his track, 'White Lies' while challenging the numerous uneducated statements made by people in power on the history of slavery and racism.
Carrying a solid fire of flow throughout the track, Nomad expresses how we, the majority, feel towards those who abuse their power and authority and how justice was not served when these murderers with a badge were given a slap on the wrist and paid vacation leave despite their inhumane actions.
It's time to take a stand and expose the 'White Lies' fed to our society.
With flowing rhymes of reality that are laced with an icy cadence, K.I.N.G. the MC is clear about the power of manifesting and persevering, regardless of what life throws at you.
"My intention behind this record was to encourage the listener to tap into the ability each of us has to manifest our thoughts into reality despite our current circumstances." K.I.N.G. the MC.
Produced by Black Metaphor, the mysteriously eerie tones are in a lane of their own as K.I.N.G keeps it real about the possibility of selling your soul with the right connection, amplifying the message of not selling out.
Stay posted with K.I.N.G. the MC's next moves, as he is currently working on an EP exclusively produced by Black Metaphor and has secured a feature with 4-Ize for this project, with much more on the way, including a tour. Check out his recent project, The Good. The Bad. The Ugly II on Spotify.
FFXRK has pulled up with Josiah and sailed into a realm of intense purple sunset hues and a layering of vocal allurement with their new single 'Enough'.
Singing melodic waves of lust over a moody lo-fi beat, 'Enough' acts out as a second part to FFXRK's previous single 'Forget Him' which portrayed an experience with a girl who is tired of her current situation with her man.
FFXRK and Josiah are locked in to make amends by convincing their women in question to 'Forget Him' and that what they can give them will be 'Enough'.
Pay close enough attention, and you may hear a familiar aesthetic take place at 1 minute and 55 seconds, as FFXRK and Josiah deliver a little Majid Jordan 'Her' magic as their vocals sweetly overlap one another.
Side note: You are going to get into your feelings as the saxaphone slowly fades out and FFXRK proclaims he is just trying to get to know you.