Smino tells part of his biography on his new single “Rice and Gravy.”
St. Louis-based rapper Smino has been criminally underestimated for quite a long time. He has perhaps the slickest stream in the entirety of rap and his conveyance is as strong as could be expected. We’ve taken in a ton about the 29-year-old craftsman all through his profession and he’s authoritatively entering his next stage, conveying his most recent single “Rice and Gravy” with long-lasting associate Monte Booker.
The record was prodded toward the start of this current week when Smino tweeted, “dawg I went through so much bullsht tryna discharge music over da two or three years I’m jus cheerful af to start my new excursion tonite… I feel like a pristine craftsman rn.”
Naming the melody after a family staple while he was growing up, Smino talks about his initial existence with his mom, how he generally tries to deal with his sisters, and that’s only the tip of the iceberg. Have a pay attention to the new track underneath and let us know your opinion about it.