Here’s the first leak off Houston artist NeKo’s next project “Tears Of July”. This one is produced by Ju FreshTweet
“With what started as a poem, NeKo delivers a profound ode to the city of Houston. Written from first person perspectives of three very tangible characters, “Heaven, Hell & Houston’s” compelling narratives shed light into some untouched cracks of the city streets. Relle B’s angelic cry for mercy sets the tone for the religiously themed anthem, as NeKo plays narrator on the chorus, questioning the city’s justness, declaring “Sometimes I can’t tell if I’m in Heaven, Hell, or Houston”…Brace yourself. This may be a tearjerker.”Tweet
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Apollo 18, NeKo’s debut EP, is inspired completely by the city of Houston. It displays “H-Town”, but through a less glamorized perspective, unveiling depth in the process. Ingeniously, NeKo eludes the cliche style of Houston rap, while still keeping the culture alive. The project is produced entirely by Trakksounds & Albie Dickson with features from Rich Andruws, Relle B, Isaac Reid, & Shun Ward.Tweet
The homie NeKo sits down and breaks down some of the lyrics from his upcoming project “Apollo 18″ which is completely produced by Trakksounds & Albie Dickson so you know its gonna ride. And it will be droppin right here on ThaFixx January 14th!Tweet
With vocal assistance from Rich Andruws, NeKo caters to the female audience with “Beyonce”. Hiding behind catchy melodies and comical pick up lines, NeKo delivers a message that advocates female ambition, intelligence, & class. And he still manages to represent for H-town, while using none other than Houston’s own Beyonce (or at least her characteristics) as the ideal that his future love interests should pursue.
“Beyonce” is produced by TrakkSounds & Albie Dickson
“Written & recorded over Drake’s “Connect” instrumental, NeKo gives the people something to satisfy the cravings until he can release his official next single. “Swangin” puts a interesting spin on the original song with NeKo transforming it into an almost “venting” rendition. The song has us swerving on a journey through his “changing lanes” mind frame while recording his debut Apollo 18 EP. Listen, Enjoy, & Share”Tweet
Off Neko’s Debut project, Apollo 18, dropping 9.26.13 right here on ThaFixx.com
Featuring Isaac Reid, Shun Ward, Relle B, and more. The project is fully produced by TrakkSounds and Albie Dickson.