No matter who you are, how much money you make, or how many Twitter followers you have, we all have our Issues. Rappers aren’t exempt either, but most don’t have the balls to talk about ‘em. Thankfully Connor Evans has the cojones and on his latest, he provides an anthem for those going through some s**t. While he tackles some pretty heavy issues, like drug abuse and family, Connor still manages to make the effort upbeat. With a heartfelt, charismatic, and catchy vocal performance that rings out over the speedy BHB beat, Evans gives those struggling with similar issues the strength to tackle them head on. If Issues struck you, be sure to grab his DJBooth-hosted album, The Road to Coachella, out now.
Written by Lucas G. on 08/16/13
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"This Life" (2012)
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