Stream Chuuwee’s New ‘Purgator’ Album

blame it on JES7 July 15, 2017

This past March, Sac-Town’s very own Chuuwee delivered his Paradiso album (you can check the preview of that specific project here).

The 10-track project is the first in a five-part series dubbed Dystopia, with Paradiso showcasing “a happier, lighter emotion as it accounts for the naive way of coping and complacency that we currently hide ourselves behind amongst all of the problems we currently face.”

Four months later, Chuuwee heads a little deeper into despair, slowly uncovering the layers of a real, looming Dystopia which America — and the rest of the world — are headed into with his Purgator project; the second chapter in the series.

Purgator takes a darkened turn for the worse, displaying a showcase of manic depressive and self-conscious viewpoints of one’s own success and outlook toward in a nihilistic view point of the age of question that everyone has been asking, why am I alive?” reads the official press release.

Stream the 14-track album, featuring Rothstein, Roc$tedy, Looselyric and dahLak.