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Is This Artist The Next J. Cole?!

Nune Aka Mr. Propane Drops Debut Album - 'Intervention'

(Broussard, LA)

Are you looking for hip-hop music with more substance? Look no further than the emerging artist Nune Aka Mr. Propane who just dropped his single "Black Man" featuring the legend K-Rino.

"The guy is always weaving between diverse scenes and styles. He flows in a way that causes your mind to overload, while remaining perfectly on point and comprehensible. Overall, Nune has created a concise, focused, and intelligent album" - Album Reviews

The album boasts an impressive 16 tracks featuring guests: Soosmooth, Trey Thib, John B Hookmonsta, Breana Marin, K-Rino, and Dat Boy Trewf.

Track List:

  1. No Intervention

  2. Black Roses

  3. If I Try

  4. Surfs Up

  5. Rocking With the Best

  6. By Your Side

  7. Addicted

  8. Best Dad

  9. Shadows

  10. Black Man

  11. Time Capsule

  12. Ode2Greats

  13. Mr. Propane

  14. Night Shift

  15. Thirty-Six Chambers

  16. My Domain

Nune Aka Mr. Propane released two singles from the album: "Black Man" and "Black Roses." Both singles were written in a place of identity crisis. As a young Black Man growing to understand himself and our lost history, the songs were a way for the artist to reflect in a mature way. "Black Man" features K-Rino from Houston TX. Both singles were produced by Platinum producer Jan Richard Branicki (Dreamlife) and Engineered by Grammy nominated Beau Vallis (whose worked with artist such as Pharrell, Lil Wayne, Kelly Rowland).

"In the same way Childish Gambino won the hearts of the globe with his single ‘This is America’ Nune has used that same enigmatic vibe to bring his album Intervention to life. The conceptual essence contained within his lyricism is almost unrivaled, yet still bears reminiscence to acts such as Jay Z and Kendrick Lamar" - AnR Factory

About Nune Aka Mr. Propane

During his early youth growing up in Southern Louisiana music has always been a bridge and way of audible exploration into the different takes on life's twists and turns. Nune Aka Mr. Propane grew up in a house hold of five for much of his childhood under strict guidelines; rap music was not really embraced by his mother which tried her best to keep his ears free of the hip-hop movement. From the deep and explicit tales of growing up in low income communities, finding fellowship among brethren, and a focus on many of the hardships and harrowing tales of growing up in poverty induced in the lyrical content, it isn't hard to understand her reasoning. For right outside his door, they were faced with some of those same hardships.

Even still artists like Tupac Shakur, Nas, Bone Thugs & Harmony, K-Rino, and Scarface all had that special something that resonated deep. These poetic, emotion filled thoughts, and poignant delivery of each lyric was all it took to make Nune (Noon) a serious Hip-hop fan and artist.

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