Less than one week after garnering positive reader reviews for LP inclusion Angels & Demons, Sunni Colòn returns with yet another freshly-minted record off his forthcoming full-length. On Shrines, the Golden State rapper/singer/beatsmith showcases the full range of his talents, crafting a brooding synth-string instrumental to back his sung and flowed reflections on whether love is possible in today’s world. For more, check out Sunni Colòn’s latest album, Dearly Beloved, when it hits the DJBooth later this month for free download.
Written by richard on 05/1/12
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