Being the eldest son of U-God from the legendary Wu-Tang Clan, iNTeLL never fails to deliver hard bars and beats, baked in the oven at 450 degrees, laced with a topping of social awareness and intelligence. That’s the recipe for iNTeLL’s debut album “That Was Then This Is Now” out on Goon Musick, August 25th.

After dropping the visuals for his single “Ashes, Ashes“, iNTell returns with the video single “Containers”, produced and filmed by himself, iNTeLL takes on the topic about Human Trafficking. Again it shows the full talent of this young artist and gives you only an idea whats coming on his debut album.

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Online links

iNTeLL: Facebook
Goon MuSick: Facebook
Nah Bro Ent.: Facebook

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