Eyedress Debuts New Rap Album, 'Art is Not a Sport'

Straight bars.

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Buzzing sound-maestro Eyedress made a name for himself in 2016 by bursting onto the electronic scene and now it appears he’s going hip-hop. Today, he shares a surprise rap album called Art is Not a Sport. The 45-minute single-play offering was uploaded onto his SoundCloud page last night and in a Facebook description he explains that it’s “strictly for the homies.” He also tells fans “I know this isn’t the sound everyone knows me for but I can’t be limited to just doing one sound and that is why I’ve created my very first rap album. I hope everyone likes it.” Press play to listen below.

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