“Keep Yappin” is the first single off of the project and is an energetic introduction to Cantrell as he raps about his come up: “I’ve been right, I’ve been wrong, count my blessings, count my falls. Add em up, add em up; nothing’s perfect after all.” The visuals find Cantrell maneuvering around his hometown as he schemes to pull off a heist in an effort to retrieve the ‘blueprint’ to his career.
Cantrell was raised in Albany, Georgia and traces his roots to the rich hip-hop culture of Atlanta. He discovered jam-skating as a creative outlet and by his teenage years, he was able to turn pro as a jam skater—joining the historical breaking crew TBB. After high school, he accepted a scholarship to play college football but says of this time that he “couldn’t shake the feeling that this was not my path.” After much consideration, he left to pursue a career in music & subsequently won Converse’s “Rubber Tracks” contest.
Check out the captivating visuals for the first single “Keep Yappin” below and stay tu
ned for more material from the “Stardust 2 Angels” EP on the way.
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