Despite us starting to see the other side of the pandemic, the effects from being pulled away from human interaction are starting to show. For many, the world opening up is a reason to rejoice, while for some, learning how to reintegrate into society has became quite depressive. Looking for ways to relieve the pain, people have turned to their respective ways of coping, leading to self-reflective journeys for many. Hailing from Seattle, rising rapper Wranq Ramone knows all about this journey as he checks into our pages with his engaging new project, Sex, Drugs & Therapy.
Clocking in at 23-minutes, Sex, Drugs & Therapy is a reflective body of work that see’s Wranq venting through the frustrations on some songs, while on others, he’s looking to turn up through it all. Showcasing an authenticity that has endeared him to his growing fanbase, he leaves no stone unturned as he actively highlights his versatility on records like, “Temptation,” and, “Bloodline,” the latter of which is a poignant tale about loyalty and betrayal over engaging production from Legal Remedy. With limited features from Jango and Mr. Hentvii, Sex, Drugs & Therapy sees the Seattle native utilizing the project to get some things off his chest and showcase his arsenal, which is only getting more vast from project to project.