Open Mike Eagle has delivered his newest album entitled Anime, Trauma and Divorce.
Clocking in at a bit of over half an hour, the 12-track undertaking serves because the followup to 2017’s Brick Body Kids Still Daydream and hears the rapper chronicle what he calls “the worst yr of his life to date.” Open Mike Eagle revamps his life’s troubles into artwork, and though the album is deeply private, it hears him at one among his most industrious years ever — the Chicago-born artist just lately did all the things from launch his personal podcast community Stony Island Audio, his totally impartial label AutoReverse Records, his day by day show on Instagram Live and appeared on SYFY’s The Great Debate.
“Before the world went to sh*t I used to be already in the midst of a couple of private disaster’,” he admitted in a press release. “Sh*t had gone haywire personally and professionally and my therapist needed to remind me that I’ve an outlet to course of a few of my shit in rap music. So I made a bunch of painful rap songs and Jacknife Lee was variety sufficient to assist me make good music out of them. Maybe it could possibly assist different individuals too. It in all probability will not however perhaps.”
Stream Open Mike Eagle’s Anime, Trauma and Divorce on Spotify and Apple Music now.
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