6lack serves up his ‘6pc Hot’ EP
6lack delivers a quick appetizer to hold us over
6lack is one of the most talented artists in the industry today and he’s proven himself worthy since the release of his single “Prblms” from his debut studio album Free 6lack in 2016. Through his time here, he’s wasted absolutely no time establishing his presence. On his birthday (June 24), he dropped a slow jam titled “Float” and became the number one trending topic on Twitter in the country by announcing the release of his new 6pc Hot EP. The record most certainly served as a notable lead for the project’s release and reminded everyone that he’s not to be slept on.
Not only did he provide the news for this EP, he launched his own hot sauce brand called 600 Degrees Original — which is only right for his branding! For all the spicy food lovers across the world, this is great news for you all.
Earlier this year in February, a number of artists (including Young M.A) complained about the lack of quality R&B music and how it balanced the industry — of course the Atlanta crooner spoke on the matter:
“There’s too much good hip-hop and R&B out here to be complaining about what we don’t have. Sayin’ that you miss something specific in R&B is the equivalent to saying that you miss substance and bars or whatever in hip-hop — It’s always somebody who do it. The question is, do you support ‘em?”
Throughout 6pc Hot EP, you’ll certainly feel the soothing audible vibrations as 6lack delivers properly on every track. Serving as the perfect appetizer for his next album (hopefully we get that sooner than later), everything about this project is profound and it wouldn’t be surprising if you had it on repeat to set and maintain the right vibes.
Press play below and be sure to drop your favorite record in the comment section!
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