Pell Drops ‘Gravity’ Album

blame it on Shake June 24, 2019

Staying ten toes down, LA-by-way-of-New Orleans rapper Pell is back at the DopeHouse with his brand new album, Gravity.

“I ultimately decided to name my debut album Gravity on the idea of staying grounded,” Pell says. “I’ve been working on this project since my Girasoul EP in 2016 and during this time went through a lot of big changes in my life. Gravity is also a metaphor for facing reality instead of faking reality, which is what I’ve been met with often since I moved to L.A. I’m much more honest in my music than I was before because I now feel I have more life experience through self-discovery. New Orleans is a big part of my identity so I’m carrying that with me in this project and not forgetting where I came from.”

Locked in at 13 tracks–including “Skyfall,” “Too Much Of A Good Thing” and “B*tch Ass“–the project comes equipped with contributions from PJ Morton, Ambré, Malik Ninety Five, and VÉRITÉ.

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