“Duality” is the first solo album from West Coast rapper/singer/songwriter Lana Shea. The album features production from Amp Live and Eligh, and a feature from UK rapper Lady Sanity. The project was mastered by Daddy Kev at Alpha Pup Records.
“This is my first solo album. I released two albums with my former group Luck & Lana Kill The Computer, a collaboration with Living Legends MC Luckyiam. I’ve toured and worked in the underground hiphop scene for years including writing and singing a hook on the Del & Amp Live album that recently came out. I’m ecstatic to finally be doing this solo work. I’ve spent the last year hiding in my dad’s basement in Oregon making this album. The only feature is UK rapper Lady Sanity on a feminist banger caller “Pretty Girls Like”. Amp Live produced “Us Too” which, in a few words, is a song about the “Me Too” movement. I’ve never tried to make feminist hiphop music, it’s just what comes out. But the Duality in this project is the conscious alongside the care-free. The singing and the rapping, the worry and the exaltation that is in me at all times.” – Lana Shea
Megan Thee Stallion, born February 15, 1995, is a female rap artist from Houston, Texas. The seductive femcee is a full-time college student, as well as a choreographed dancer and model. The Texas native first began to gain notoriety after meeting super producer TA and releasing her first single “Like a Stallion” in April 2016. After dropping a number of hot verses on a few Texas Cyphers, her verse on ‘The Houston Cypher’ over Drake’s “4PM in Calabasas” caught on like wildfire, and placed her as a top trending topic in Houston on Twitter.
From there, her online following took off. Soon after, she released her mixtape ‘Rich Ratchet’ on SoundCloud and MyMixtapez. Now she returns with a new EP titled “Tina Snow.” The H-Town hottie is representing the dirty south, so you know she bringing it.
Nate Husser’s 2017 solo debut EP Geto Rock For The Youth featured seven dark and sonically dense tracks, revealing personal stories through clever wordplay and unique flows. His live performances which are injected with over-the-top showmanship bring a unique punk-tinged approach to rap shows that clearly differentiates him from his hip hop peers. Named and critically-acclaimed by a diverse set of music media including Pigeons & Planes, The FADER, Noisey, XLR8R as a buzz rap act worth watching, this summer of 2018 Nate Husser unveils a three-part project that tells a semi-autobiographical tale of the love-hate relationship he has with his hometown of Montreal. The first of these EP’s Minus 23 contains nods to a very specific well known athletes career. Stream Minus 23 and watch new video here.
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