After taking a two year hiatus, Raz Simone returned this past May with the release of his Closer album. And today, the Seattle rhymesayer is keeping things rolling with his ninth album, Drive Theory.
A natural progression from Cognitive Dissonance: Part 1 and Part 2, the project is a deep dive into Simone’s inner monologue and reveals some intensely personal experience over hard-hitting production.
Drive Theory is a psychology concept that states that everyone and everything is born with intrinsic psychological needs. An organism will seek to achieve a level of stability associated with achieving these needs and won’t stop until it does.
Locked in at 12 tracks, Drive Theory comes equipped with features from Troy Ave, Sonyae Elise, and Fazt. Press play below and add the album on your preferred streaming platform.