NxWorries has only put out one project following its formation, a full-length studio LP entitled Yes Lawd! in 2016. Released via Stones Throw Records, the 19-song album converged hip-hop, soul and funk influences in a sprawling, ambitious effort.
Knxwledge, the moniker of Glen Boothe, meanwhile, dropped his sophomore album for Stones Throw, 1988, and has continued to produce for hip-hop’s heavy hitters including Westside Gunn, Action Bronson, Mach-Hommy and more.
NxWorries will officially resume later this afternoon, October 19, with its first track in six years, “Where I Go” featuring H.E.R.