Raleigh, North California’s alternative hip-hop artist Kinnecom releases his greatly anticipated free mixtape RAIN. The rising star has been featured on Alternative Press and worked alongside producer Nick Scott, known most for producing I See Stars, Slaves, and Emmure. RAIN features guest spots from Spaceman Stuu, Ferrari2Wavy, KLE, Raxz, CloudyNueve, and Donovan McCray. Kinnecom states:
Rain is the honest soundtrack to being on your own in the city, struggling to make it. The harsh winters, the chaotic traffic, the isolation within the heavy population. This mixtape is an anthem to overcoming self doubt and choosing your own destiny
1. Skyscrapers Shake
2. Hopeless Era
3. The Underground, The Nameless (Feat Spaceman Stuu)
4. Feels Like Warefare
5. Calm Down
6. Stuck In My Thoughts (Feat Ferrari2Wvy)
7. Blink (Feat KLE)
8. Standing Right Here (Feat Raxz)
9. My Eyes
10. Swim [Remix] (Feat CloudyNueve)
11. Icy Hills (Feat Donovan McCray)
Emerging from Imminence Records, Kinnecom has been writing and producing music since a very young age. He’s written and recorded several albums, his solo instrumental album recorded in 2011 generating Kinnecom recognition from artists all over the country which brought him to collaborate on an album with Drew Fulk and land his first record deal with Indianola Records during his term with former hardcore band, Wealth in Water. Once the group broke up in 2013, Kinnecom and a few members assembled to form Motiv (formally known as Motvational), hit the road twice for two national tours and recorded their debut album mid-2014.
During that time, Kinnecom prepared and released his full length debut album, Virtual Gravity. The album plays as a cinema and marks Kinnecom with a signature, organic presence within the music industry. It’s beautifully woven with poetic rap lyrics, synthetic vocals, and his story, perspective on social issues, and uphill battles. The music also delivers inspirational messages to his audience. Through Imminence Records, Kinnecom released Virtual Gravity November 18th and his sophomore album, Motion Sickness on October 30th.