Houston Rapper Mixing Up Slab Music
Houston-based rapper Paul Wall worked with raw talent on his latest album. This isn’t just slab music; the rapper came ready to work. The new album Subculture, which was recorded at Red Bull Studio, will be fresh new music coming from Houston.
Wall has a strong and diverse group of musicians putting this album together. “Slow loud and banging” is the sound we know from Wall. He recites the notion of a specific biblical verse, in many interviews. James 2:14. That gives him a can’t stop won’t stop attitude.
What’s the saying “great minds think alike”? Well when it comes to the new album by Paul Wall, Subculture is a mixture of genres that assemble an assembly of good slab music. These minds come together with a different bop that anyone that enjoys good music could only respect.
Paul Wall Has A Formula To Work and Success
“Never think about the losses just focus on the prospects. All I do is put in work. I only make deposits. I always walk in faith, but each step I take is cautious. Any aspect of failure tends to make me nauseous…”. The bars flow steadily from this Houston rapper’s mouth. Paul Wall has worked with Grammy Nominated Producer T-Why. He also worked with producers/ songwriters Crash, Cappa, Dash, Wow Jones, and others to help him formulate a chart-topper.
In the past, the Houston-based rapper has teamed with Mike Jones, and Slim Thug on Still Tippin’. He also has a feature with Nelly, on Grillz. As Paul Wall puts in work at the studio creating, he keeps in mind music we can listen to while riding in the car. Music is a healer in ways that artists draw out with us and for us. Hip Hop is ready for new music, so bring it on Paul Wall, and thanks in advance.