Photo via Mass Appeal

Photo via Mass Appeal

Wara From The NBHD has had an excellent 2014. The Brooklyn-born, Atlanta-bred emcee’s Kidnapped album was critically acclaimed and stood out amongst a crowded class of late summer releases off the strength of its hard-hitting, numbingly raw nature.

The year is drawing to a close, but he isn’t taking his foot off the gas. With his upcoming If Guns Could Speak EP set to release January 26, Wara resurfaces today with “Brockett Road Rage,” a boisterous cut that blurs the line between rap and rock, named after the street 15 minutes outside of Atlanta on which he grew up. Co-produced by he and Henry Shoultz, the track is meant to represent everything he witnessed on Brockett Road—robberies, shooting, crackheads, etc.—and serve as an outlet for pent up frustration experienced throughout the course of the journey.

Stream below, and stay tuned for more. Also, check out our recent interview with Wara here.

(Mass Appeal)

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