Apathy Gets Personal On Seventh Album, ‘Where the River Meets the Sea’

Written by on June 1, 2021

With just below 20 years beneath his belt, Apathy has carved out fairly the lane for himself within the hip hop world with six studio albums and over a dozen mixtapes, EPs and compilations (It’s the Bootleg, Muthafuckas! Vol. 1 remains to be certainly one of my favorites to this present day). And now, as he extends his attain into different realms (fatherhood, actual property, and many others), the Demigod emcee is again along with his seventh full-length album, The place the River Meets the Sea.

“This album i simply dropped… is the deepest music I’ve ever made – ever,” Ap says. “Probably the most ache I’ve ever felt in my life, went in to creating this. Probably the most pleasure I’ve ever felt, went in to creating this. I cried loads after I wrote these songs. I’m cool with saying that… cuz that is life. My father passing… after which me, changing into a father. Making an attempt to turn into a greater individual, to boost two little stunning people. It made me surprise what my father was pondering and feeling when he raised me. So I wrote lots of this, so sooner or later my youngsters can pay attention again and have a little bit extra perception in to what I used to be going by means of.”

Arriving at 14 tracks, The place the River Meets the Sea comes outfitted with options from Types P, Lil Fame, ANoyd, Bennett (who I want to listen to extra from, asap), Pep Love and Tajai of the Hieroglyphics, Chris Webby, Brevi, Snak the Ripper, and Hayze.

Press play under and make sure to add the album wherever you get music.

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