Wara From the NBHD continues to rise up in this rap game, since dropping his mixtape Kidnapped last summer. He's done a few well-placed features since then, including ones for GrandeMarshall (his album just dropped P.S.), Donmonique and Tunji Ige.&nb
You know what it is. Staff Picks playlist has arrived, this week featuring a few familiar faces (Ty Dolla $ign seems to have been a Staff Picks playlist requisite the past few weeks).
Wara From The NHBD impressed us with his Kidnapped mixtape last summer, and then opened the new year with a drastically different, but equally exciting project called If Guns Could Speak EP.
Brooklyn's been in need of a breath of fresh air for quite some time (forget "restoring the feeling," let's find a new one to celebrate), and Donmonique is just that: a shit talking MC who's just as likely to hop on a trap beat as she is a grimy slice of boom
We just got you hip to Donmonique via our new interview with the Brooklyn rapper, and now we've got some big news to share. Her debut project, Thirst Trap, is set to drop on July 21st, and we've got the exclusive on the artwork and tracklist.
After dropping his great Kidnapped project last summer, ATL-via-BK rapper/producer returned in January with the If Guns Could Speak EP and a wildly different sound.
Tunji Ige, Wara From The NBHD ad GrandeMarshall are all part of a new school of rappers coming up on the internet these days, and the three connected for the first time on Tunji's "Moving." The record came about in NYC, when all three just happened to be
Last summer, Atlanta-via-Brooklyn rapper/producer Wara From The NBHD wowed us with his dope Kidnapped project, a release that saw him weld his Neptunes fandom and rough-edged street tales together in a wholly unique way.
With his 2014 album, Kidnapped, ATL-via-BK rapper/producer Wara From The NBHD showed us his many skills, which range from vividly detailed storytelling to grandiose, on-point production. Lucky for us, new material from the young phenom is not far off.
Released back in August, Wara From The NBHD's Kidnapped project showcased some truly great music from the gifted Atlanta storyteller. Now, he's dropping visuals to flesh out some of the stories told on the album.
Atlanta. Just a mention of the city in hip-hop circles conjures up thoughts of trap (and maybe crunk and So So Def-style bass music if you're a bit older), a sound that's been dominating the region since T.I. first hit the scene over a decade ago.
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