Rakim Al-Jabbaar Releases Anticipated ‘Massive Child Thanos’ Album

Dallas rapper Rakim Al-Jabbaar has carved out his personal buzzworthy lane within the regional panorama with superior lyrical skills and the mix of southern lingo with out-of-the-ordinary model. The rising rhyme slayer seems to construct on his momentum and exhibit variety with the discharge of his new album, intriguingly titled Massive Child Thanos. He launched the undertaking independently on the tail finish of March.

The album is impressed by Thanos, the last word villain of the marvel cinematic universe who snapped half of life from existence to carry stability to the universe, the Bun B and Scarface collaborator needs to carry stability again to hip-hop. Rakim’s fifth album is compelling, with 11 versatile tracks, however in that, he nonetheless maintains the plain lyrical prowess that has made him an artist to look at in 2023. The album is Rakim’s greatest work but, as he accompanied by one of the best within the metropolis.

“I had the help of a few of the greatest producers within the metropolis,” says Rakim Al-Jabbaar. “The most effective engineer within the metropolis, one of the best A and R within the metropolis, one of the best ladies within the metropolis, one of the best spirits within the metropolis. Shout out to all of the useless homies. You know the way we do?”

The album’s standout tracks are “Cheap Doubt,” “HRT BRK HTL,” and “Elementary Goals.” When interviewed in regards to the undertaking, Rakim stated that it was necessary for this undertaking to entertain hip-hop followers with interesting storytelling, fiction or non-fiction.

“The principle factor I wish to place an emphasis on is that as hip-hop artists, we make music for ourselves and for different folks,” he stated. “So typically we telling our story, typically we telling anyone else’s story, and it isn’t at all times the reality. We do not reside each single phrase that we communicate on these rhymes, proper? And I consider that the youngsters have to know that. In order that they need not suppose that they should emulate the whole lot that they hear, or in the event that they going to be a rapper, that they received to be a nigga that is sliding and killing niggas and shit simply to spit a rhyme. You realize what I am saying? Your job is to be the voice of your neighborhood, and also you supposed to talk on what you see on the market within the streets, however that does not imply that you just received to take part in it to have that voice.”

Hearken to Rakim Al-Jabbaar’s new album Massive Child Thanos down beneath.


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