Title of Latest King Fed Album Meant to Provoke Thoughts on NYC Violence
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The emergence of New York rapper King Fed has been a metaphor for perseverance. Shortage of staff due to COVID 19 delayed the launch of his brand new relationship with VEVO. Now after similar delays, his latest EP ITS NOT Even Summer YET has hit streaming networks worldwide.
ITS NOT Even Summer YET is a 7 song EP that features 2 of the artist's most recent singles “Well Ok” and “Burning Bridges”. The two singles combine for over 200K streams since their release. The official music video for “Well Ok” leads the way with over 80K streams on YouTube and Spotify combined [Watch Below]. While the music is amazing and may whisk you away, a moment of silence may be needed once you've analyzed what “ITS NOT Even Summer YET” really means.
The title of the album is actually a statement, highlighting the high level of violence currently plaguing the streets of New York, ahead of the summer months, which usually always seem to bring even more violence and hardships. In the same week of the albums release the NYPD reported 470 felony assaults, 9 murders and 28 rape cases. New York has already seen over 200 homicides in just the first 6 months 2020, more than the entire year of 2019, which saw 143 murder cases.
King Fed is currently working on his – yet to be titled – debut album, which he promises to be his best work to date. Word from inside the artist's camp suggests the artist is focused on creating a larger catalog that he can later perform on tour and pull revenue from to launch his other endeavors.
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Source Forbes Music Entertainment
July 8, 2020 10:05am ET by Forbes Music Entertainment