Buffalo NY emcee The Black Abstract comes through with three solid joints from his stash this week and its pure flames from start to finish.

The first cut “Fisher Boy” sees him collaborating with EwW over an anthemic backdrop. Both emcees proceed to wreak havoc on the beat with unique and vivid bars. The visual is engaging too and captures both emcees doing their thing.

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The second cut “Work Hard” is a pure display of lyrical prowess and it’s birthed from a competition he took part in and won. Backed by a crunchy drum break and cinematic texture, The Black Abstract showcase why he is one to watch with his evocative lyrics and knack for crafting memorable. “Work hard” is the first single off of The Black Abstracts Debut project Injured Reserve dropping in January.

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The final cut “iLLegal” is a reflective track that dives into the everyday activities young men in urban neighborhoods go through. Backed by a somber and soulful backdrop, he takes us deep into the dark alleys where things could go haywire in a split second.

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THE BLACK ABSTRACT is a rapper hailing from Buffalo, New York. The artist, whose style is best described as aggressive soul, draws inspiration from some of the most monumental names in R&B and Hip-Hop, including Anita Baker, Mary J. Blige, Nas, Biggie, DMX, and Drake to create uplifting and powerful songs that push listeners to stay focused and grind hard. With his melodic hooks and soulful trap beats, THE BLACK ABSTRACT incorporates old-school elements with relevant themes to pay homage to the culture of Hip-Hop while appeasing to rap lovers of all ages. In doing so, THE BLACK ABSTRACT strives to make music for others to relate to, so that no matter how lonely they may be feeling, they can find comradery in his lyricism.

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