6lack : It’s Pronounced Black
Four months late to the party and I can’t get 6lack’s music out of my head! Standing out with his own way of doing things 6lack deserves all the props and accolades coming his way! His debut album was undoubtedly one of the best in 2016 and now 2017. Don’t judge a book by it’s cover though he’s definitely a crooner. This Atlanta based artist still has some mystery to him which makes him even more interesting. There is a vulnerability that 6lack has in his music while not being afraid to give you the truth about relationships in a track.
6lack’s debut album “Free6lack” is a journal to say the least. Listeners are able to travel in his mind and your own to relate to his dark place. Firmly sticking to his own formula and being able to express himself on his album the way he wanted too makes it that much better to me! W hen an artist is able to artistically express themselves and be themselves it makes it an all better potion for better music. When listening to the album you will understand his logic even more on the last track on the album “Alone/EA6”. The eleven track album is 47 minutes long, still to me it isn’t enough but I’m greedy when it comes to music I love. It’s an eye opening album. While 6lack’s future is bright I can’t wait for new music!
Free6lack is available on all music platforms including SOUNDCLOUD. Not available on the album is a track featuring Jhene Aiko “First F**k”.
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PRBLMS just cracked the Hot 100 🎈 pic.twitter.com/mb8cNGcfaQ
— bear (@6LACK) March 21, 2017
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