Wara From The NBHD waxes poetic about aggression over a fiery stretch of psychedelic slop for his latest. “Brockett Road Rage” is produced by Wara himself and Henry Shoultz, and is being billed as a one-off release for the up-and-coming rapper. However, the song has been used as a way to announce a new EP due on January 26 entitled If Guns Could Speak, with Wara even alluding that the sound showcased here is part of the new direction he’s heading in with his forthcoming EP. You can listen to “Brockett Road Rage” above, and read a statement released alongside the track below.
“Brockett Road is the street that I grew up on. It’s literally 15 minutes outside of Atlanta on the Eastside in the city of Clarkston. It’s a pretty aggressive area and it’s a part of me, so I have to rep it no matter where I am, because as far as this city goes it’s not a lot of light shed on it. I’ve seen everything from robbing to shooting to crackheads, literally everything, and a lot of it is the typical low income situation in black communities, but what I’m talking about is just the tipping point of the subject matter on ‘If Guns Could Speak’ and where my future content is headed.”