Indie artist Harrison Noble releases a record titled “17” that compels about his past and present.

A soothing intro of harmonies to follow with a soulful backdrop sets the tone of the record. Through sharp, vivid wordplay Noble describes how he once lived his life full of anxiety and uncertainty. He expresses the age of 17 had no mercy on him.

Don’t get it twisted, this is not a somber record, rather it’s empowering and motivating. “Now I face my problems when I used to run now I’m telling stories with  my tongue look how far I’ve become.”

The blend of emotive vocals and rhymes is gripping and resonates throughout the record. Stream “17” above.


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