New Orleans rapper Pell has been quiet since the release of his 2015 project Limbo. Today, however, he breaks the silence with a brand new EP called Girasoul. The EP may be short, but it packs a soulful punch as Pell kicks knowledge over production from himself, Billy DeLelles, Rahki, Imad Royal, and Roget Chahayed. Keeping the roster relatively low-key, Pell ensures an original sound throughout, with low-key break beats on "lately," and the smooth optimism of Saba assisted "throwback." Lyrically, Pell has elements of Chance The Rapper, Kyle, and Anderson Paak, so if you're a fan of those artists, you might want to consider checking this out.
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Unfortunately, the project is relatively brief, but there are definitely some strong moments throughout. Show Pell some support and give Girasoul a listen. Standout cuts include the aforementioned "throwback," "seeds," and "chirpin'." If you're looking for more Pell, be sure to check out the man cooking up work in the kitchen below.