Kweku Collins Molds Dreamy Sounds with Progressive Subject Matter on Debut Album “Nat Love”

Photo by Bryan Allen Lamb

Hailing from Evanston, Illinois, a short drive from downtown Chicago, rapper/producer Kweku Collins has a diverse background in music and experiences. Signing to Chicago based label Closed Sessions last year, Collins’ arsenal of meaningful music has grown exponentially as he prepared for his label debut, “Nat Love.”

From politically charged, nursery rhyme-esque “Death Of A Salesman” to the airy sounding, “Vanilla Skies,” Collins has found the perfect blend of subject matter and melody on the nearly self-produced album. With the only production help coming from fellow Closed Sessions artists Boathouse and oddCouple, Collins stands tall on the boards showcasing his double threat of beat making and emceeing.

Stream the project below and grab your own copy on iTunes. You can hit Kweku up on Twitter to let him know what you think.

From Central Minnesota to London and back. Music and media addict contributing my thoughts and ideas in the form of blogs and features. Catch me on Twitter and IG: taylorlovaas

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