Brooklyn’s own Radamiz shared his debut EP “Writeous.”
The project features futuristic yet gritty lyrics over un-explainable soundscapes. While the album gives you a golden era of hip hop, 90’s feel, it is evident that Radamiz wants to empower the kids with this work.
The cover art itself shows that Radamiz isnt afraid to spark controversy. It features a baby pointing a gun into its mouth, which coincide with his controversial songs “PoweR” and “Am I Too Black”. Radamiz’s story takes you through struggles with the loss of friends, the shady music industry, and his feelings on almost losing his mother. Through a number of emotional situations, Radamiz ultimately decided to let his spirit free and into his music.
“Writeous” is my dedication to God and the growth process I’ve gone through over the last 4 years to make this project come true. ” –Radamiz
Writeous is described as “the raw and emotional roller-coaster of a hustler as they attain the true value of life.”
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